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On New Year’s Eve ten years ago I slept on the floor of an empty apartment in Brooklyn. With only my coat for a pillow and blanket, I was pretty sure it was time to leave New York. I had a Masters degree in Art history and sent out over a hundred resumes over the...read more
Curator Claire Amundson writes about World Water Day (March 22) and entrepreneur Jasmine Burton’s new toilet that addresses sanitation problems worldwide.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty writes about 13-year-old climate change activist, Alexandria Villaseñor, and her experiences with activism.read more
Contributing Editor Michelle O’Brien writes about the confession of Amanda Knox, and her life in 2019.read more
Sage Daugherty reviews Mambo in Chinatown by Jean Kwok. The novel is about a 22-year-old girl who accidentally becomes a dance teacher and fights to make a better life for her family.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life of Olympic cyclist and grad student, Kelly Catlin.read more
Contributing Writer Tia Shah reviews the book, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies), curated by activist and feminist, Scarlett Curtis.read more
Volunteer and Instagram Manager Chloe Turner reviews Marlena by Julie Buntin, a haunting coming-of-age story about friendship and loss.read more
In 2009, it felt like I was finally starting to get my life together. I'd been mostly unemployed for several years, having quit my job to go to grad school in 2005. By the time I graduated, the US economy was not conducive to finding employment, and the museum field...read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with nutrition coach and motivational speaker Haile Thomas.read more