Tag Archives: Feminism

Women’s March in San Jose, CA – January 2018

On January 20, 2018 my niece and I participated in the Women’s Day March in San Jose, California. We were both inspired by the diversity and the great number of people who attended the march. People were showing their support … Continue reading

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A Women’s Day March in San Jose, California – January 21, 2017

On Saturday, January 21, 2017, my niece and I participated in the Women’s Day March in San Jose, California. I had never been to a political march that was so large. We wandered around and really enjoyed reading all the … Continue reading

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Wonder Woman Trailer Reactions

Ever since I followed the trailer reactions to the Batman Vs. Superman movie, I’ve been hooked on watching the trailer reactions of the movies I look forward to seeing. It’s fun following various people give their opinions and to see … Continue reading

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The National Women’s Equality Day in San Jose, California- August 2015

On Saturday morning, August 29, 2015, I went to a women’s rights rally in San Jose, California. It was a fun time. I walked around and took photos and talked to various people about why they were there and how … Continue reading

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The National Council of Elders

Last September, when I visited Washington D.C., I encountered a small gathering at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial organized by a group called the National Council of Elders. The National Council of Elders is a group that was founded … Continue reading

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Bob the Nerd Vampire

Originally published as a February 28, 2010 webcomic for Everyday Citizen Last summer, my nieces were talking about the movie Twilight. While they were talking, I interjected and asked what would happen if there was a vampire that looked like … Continue reading

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An Interview With Poet, Activist and Teacher Diane Wahto

One of the great pleasure of the Everyday Citizen blogsite is reading the blogs of Diane Wahto. A teacher, a pro-choice advocate, an anti-war activist, an award winning poet, and a precinct committeewoman for the Sedgwick County Democratic Central Committee, … Continue reading

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