REBECCA: “I AM GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR ADDING YOUR VOICE TO THE ESSENTIAL CONVERSATION ABOUT WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP THAT WE NEED TO HAVE AS A COUNTRY.” Hillary Rodham Clinton

Impact of women votes on the election interview with Fox23 News
Click the image above to watch the interview.

My pandemic project: writing Make Herstory Your Story, available for pre-sale Monday, October 4, 2021 at your favorite online site.

PRE-SALE: OCTOBER 4, 2021. PUBLICATION DATE: JANUARY 2, 2022.
Make Herstory Your Story is a journal and workbook for women political activists to record their leadership dreams, ambitions, and strategies. It features motivational graphics and accompanying advice for building projects, organizations-even movements-to create the life every woman and girl deserves. Make Herstory Your Story is for every woman who dreams of making the world a better place and is committed to doing the work to get that done.

Always seeking to “make good trouble,” I spoke with Dana Nessel, Michigan Attorney General; a courageous advocate, to be sure! Watch, and you’ll see for yourself.

I have been interviewed by Newsweek, Canadian Broadcasting, Global Network News, and WBEZ, the Chicago-based NPR affiliate, regarding Madam Vice-President Kamala Harris and the centennial of American women’s federal suffrage. Meanwhile, the #VoteHerIn podcast continues to inspire and inform women activists on strategies to increase American women’s political influence and power.

“I’m telling you to read Vote Her In because, if feminists are going to take over the universe one elected office at a time, we need a solid strategy. Thanks to the poster imagery, Vote Her In serves both as an inspiring manifesto and an enduring snapshot of the women’s Rebellion in action.” by Karen Hawkins, editor, Rebellious Magazine

#VoteHerIn is a topic that can be broadly construed: the Everson Museum of Art featured a study session of its ceramics collection with me, in which I discussed #VoteHerIn as advocacy of equal recognition and treatment of women artists. Find it here.

The #VoteHerIn podcast motivated the movement to elect our first woman POTUS. Throughout−the theme of our discussions is the challenge women face in achieving any kind of executive political power.

Here is the link to #VoteHerIn series.

“It’s imperative that we have more women in political office. Vote Her In: Your Guide to Electing Our First Woman President is an impressive strategic guide for all women who want to be a part of breaking the glass ceiling.”

Jan Schakowsky, Member of Congress

CHICAGO magazine shares the case for Vote Her In here. Lilith magazine excerpts Vote Her In here. I was interviewed for the Crain’s Chicago Business podcast about Lori Lightfoot, the first African-American woman mayor of Chicago. Here, I discuss the confluence of race, gender, and economics.

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The Chicago Tribune, and at WGN Radio, the Steve Cochran show: “we’re ready to elect our first female president.”

The Daily Beast recommends“nine books to read to get ready for the pink wave.” Every Day Is Election Day: A Woman’s Guide is one. 

“Our favorite author,” is here for a YWCA Facebook Live show. And, here is a talk to a group of business leaders about the need for women in every c-suite. Here, the Chicago Sun-Times makes the case for Vote Her In.

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The image below is from an event where I joined civil rights leader, Dolores Huerta, and Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter.

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