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Kimberly Wilder is a poet, musician, teacher, greenie, and peace activist. Kimberly and her husband live on Long Island, New York. They have two family websites: peacecouple.com and onthewilderside.com
Book Review: Why You've Never Met A Man Named Shirley
Shirley -- an 1849 novel by Jane Eyre author Charlotte Bronte -- is a must read for people interested in the topics of: economic justice; Occupy Wall Street ideas; women's social history; feminism; war and peace; and charity. Shirley Keldeer is such a vibrant character, and such a strong woman, that she changed cultural history.
Monday, October 24, 2011(3 comments)
All I Want For Christmas Is An Occupation
Do we really need Christmas in this economy? Since the Mayor of Cleveland said that he can't give Occupy Cleveland permits because of the holidays, I am reconsidering Christmas. Occupy Christmas!
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Wikileaks situation: Message to US Government: "Leave the blond alone, and get to work"
Julian Assange, the dashing, blonde, man of mystery from Australia is not the key player in the Wikileaks saga. Any problems arising from the sudden release of secret documents involves: the whole environment that kept the documents secret; the angst which created whistle-blowers; and cracks in government security.
Maybe our government should focus on those concerns, instead of ranting and raving about the blonde guy.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Can Male Hatters be Feminists?
A critique of the critiques of the Tim Burton/Linda Woolverton movie Alice in Wonderland. Focus is on feminist themes, but also includes other plot points. This piece has plot spoilers. Don't read if you want to see the movie and be surprised.
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
True Airport Security: Start by throwing out the bogus Watch List
Our government and the media are asking the wrong questions about how to make air travel safe. This article suggests better questions that may lead to better solutions. It includes lists of measures that citizens and government can take to decrease terrorism on airplanes.