We were in and out in under 45 minutes. My best friend and I, visiting the new FEMA site set up for mass vaccinations. Here’s what we learned.
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The Gloria Sirens feel there are stories that need to be amplified. We are seeking submissions of personal essay / memoir narratives between 200 and 300 words about a time you ‘took a risk to speak your truth to power.’
Ten steps to help non-Black activists disrupt and diamante systematic racism through the power of conversation.
Don’t say “I’m not queer, but I’m an ally.” One of the best things about June is how social media becomes a rainbow-covered confection for #Pride. Queer folk and allies alike celebrate […]
Experiencing a total solar eclipse has been the #1 item on my bucket list for over two decades. I wanted it so badly that the morning of August 21st, 2017, when I […]
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of celebrating the publication of an anthology I edited called Other Orlandos. This little book was championed by local independent literary publisher Burrow Press, and […]
Watching a total solar eclipse has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. I circled the dates of North American Eclipses when I was still in grade […]
Last we we talked about how to become a productive planner. This week we’ll chat about some of the planner systems available to help you sort through the clutter and make your […]
This month, the Sirens are all about reflection and decluttering. The year 2017 is at its halfway mark, and many of us may be gearing up to start the new school year. […]
It’s the day after the USA’s most patriotic holiday, Independence Day, and given our current political climate and the fact that we’re halfway through the year, it might be a good time […]