Ashley Paul is a hopeless wanderer, baker, runner, and photographer. She is passionate about supporting high school juniors and seniors to write compelling stories for their post-secondary careers. Her favorite genres are young adult, literary fiction, and memoir.

Ashley Paul

Ashley Paul is a hopeless wanderer, baker, runner, and photographer. She is passionate about supporting high school juniors and seniors to write compelling stories for their post-secondary careers. Her favorite genres are young adult, literary fiction, and memoir.

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Acknowledging the Land to Empower the Present and the Future with Dina Gilio-Whitaker

Feminist Book Club (FBC) continues to host robust conversations between members and prolific authors, creating gathering with nurturing action. Dina Gilio-Whitaker, author of As Long as Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, from Colonization to Standing Rock joined FBC for a wide ranging conversation about Indigenous people, feminism, and environmental justice. As Long …

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Uplift Poetry Organizations

Every month is Poetry Month. In April, which is National Poetry Month, there is extra seasoning in the stanzas. Poetry brings the power to lure the imagination and entice the personal. Its variety celebrates the passion of art through words. Below are five of the many poetry organizations that support poetry and poets themselves with their …

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Sonya Renee Taylor bestows honor to her ancestors during Feminist Book Club chat

Pronouns have become an essence of identity, education, and connection. The February book choice for Feminist Book Club (FBC) was The Body is Not An Apology by radical executive officer of the platform that shares the book’s title, Sonya Renee Taylor. The conversation radiated radical self love. Taylor talked about how she was encouraged to …

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