The Color of Life by Cara Meredith {Review}

The Color of Life: A Journey Toward Love and Racial Justice by Cara Meredith is an invitation to think and learn about racial justice, but it's also a story of falling in love, becoming family, coming alive to history and justice issues, and seeking that justice-driven redemption story that is critical for all of our whole and full lives. I loved reading … Continue reading The Color of Life by Cara Meredith {Review}

All the Colors We Will See by Patrice Gopo {Review}

All the Colors We Will See: Reflections on Barriers, Brokenness, and Finding Our Own Way Like falling headfirst into someone else's memory, Gopo’s writing is beautiful and picturesque, not only in the scenery but also the feelings in each story. Each moment welcomed me in with a warm invitation to see the world through the author's eyes with her particular story shading your … Continue reading All the Colors We Will See by Patrice Gopo {Review}

Raise Your Voice by Kathy Khang {Review}

"I moved my friend's hand off my mouth and continued to speak." Kathy Khang, Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up, p 33 I don't know if I would have the nerve to keep talking after something like that. Whether or not we have experienced a more physical silencing as … Continue reading Raise Your Voice by Kathy Khang {Review}

Statistics with the Tears – The Mother & Child Project {book review}

  The Mother & Child Project is a collection of essays intended to raise awareness about how we can improve women's health globally simply by providing education about family planning and basic health, access to effective birth control methods, and advocating for educating girls.  Here are some quotes to give you an idea of the book:  … Continue reading Statistics with the Tears – The Mother & Child Project {book review}