by Danielle Champiet-Coronado At the start of this year, public outcry had thundered throughout India after an eight-month old baby girl from New Dehli had been raped. Their voices were joined by others around the world on Twitter and other social media. Sadly that situation is not unique to one city or country. A few […]
Change happens one seat at a time, a count down to the November 2018 election where more will be up for election. Let’s be wise in every choice we make: *Research ALL candidates running for that position *Don’t be fooled or blinded by party labels *Say NO to corporate candidates, warlords, criminals and potential criminals […]
By Danielle Champiet-Coronado As thqe sun concluded its brilliant light show and bid good-night with a dazzling array of stars, literature lovers amassed to the Barnes & Noble in Vancouver for the open mic Poetry Group. The reading was of two of the most poignant books in the gender equality movement; Veils, Halos and Shackles and Raising […]
By Danielle Champiet-Coronado Something mischievous this way blows and the room was afire with Halloween prose. There were ghosts and mummies and ghouls one and all, light-hearted humor and celebrations of fall. Great works they were and no, I’m not braggin’. Stories of woe and of hope and a bit about a dragon! Beware to […]
This is going to be a great event! All are welcome to join us on the 28th.