Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in healthcare is the most shocking and inhumane." Martin Luther King Jr. made this famous statement in Chicago, at the Convention of the Medical Committee for Human Rights in March 1966. One of the greatest American orators, his words inspired moral courage.  Just a few years earlier, only … Continue reading Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.


January 9, 2020 Early in the morning on January 21, 2017, I stood on the corner of Independence Avenue and Maryland Avenue SW.  Not far from the US Capitol building, shoulder to shoulder in a sea of other protestors, I waited for the Women’s March on Washington to begin. I saw people holding handmade signs that … Continue reading IT’S TIME TO MARCH

Commemorating the first Women’s March

Commemorating the first Women's March in D.C., where we had 3 generations marching (including my 80 year old mother!) and friends. It was a day we will never forget. My daughter and I marched again in 2018 in San Francisco - another huge turnout, and another amazing day. In 2019, we were back in D.C. … Continue reading Commemorating the first Women’s March

Great event with Cecile Richards

I went to Cecile Richards' book signing and finished her great book! Cecile Richards pulled no punches on Sunday night and inspired more activism. Read “Make Trouble” to see for yourself!