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Poetry Sunday: ‘Inaugural,’ by Kathy Engel

By Women's Voices For Change
At this very moment, our featured poet, Kathy Engel, is in Selma, Alabama. She is marching with thousands this weekend as they commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march from Selma to Montgomery that sparked the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Engel generously shares with us "Inaugural" on this date as a call to action and a guiding light as we, in our own lives, fight our battles—both personal and political. Her words impress upon us the urgency of "now" as the time "to be brave, to build, and to lie down in the street for justice."
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Arts & Culture · Poetry

Poetry Sunday: Making Amends to Our Bodies

By Women's Voices For Change
In "Amends to Parts of the Body," Kathy Engel reminds us that while we are often so generous to the women-soldiers in our lives, encouraging them to be kind and gentle to themselves and to their bodies, we often neglect to offer that same comfort and kindness to our own bodies.
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