“Beaks & Bones” was written in memory of beloved Nature poet Mary Oliver.
“Why We Didn’t” was prompted by the #MeToo movement, the Bill Cosby conviction and the Kavanaugh controversy.
“Blurted” explores the impulse to make inappropriate comments in public, as President Trump has repeatedly done.
“Health. Care. Well. Being.” considers American moral health in light of the current U.S. healthcare bill.
“Women and Children” was written in response to the global plight of families who are seeking immigration.
“What Next” expresses the shock of the U.S. Elections result, especially for women.
“Ripples” is inspired by Google honoring pioneer scientist and inventor Hertha Marks Ayrton’s 162nd birthday with its doodle.
“Ummah” affirms the importance of Community as a core value for Arab Leaders.
“WHO Knows” addresses the global virulence of the Zika virus.
“Now She Knows” offers one girl’s perspective on the 15th Anniversary of the website Wikipedia.