The featured black and white photo shows my great grandma who raised me in Hanford, CA. She and her sister Justina (right side) volunteered in Hanford, CA during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. It doesn’t come naturally for me to give up without a fight, but my heart can’t take continuous worry. Stressed to exhaustion… Continue reading 6) Get Out of My Head: Healing Trauma in the Body
AT THE BEACH. I am taking a break from weekly blog posts. I will deliver new content every other week. Please browse my FREE PDF archive of published articles. And if you can, please donate $1-$5 to pay for the web hosting and software fees for the PDF archive. I no longer have access to university… Continue reading Taking a Break at the Beach.
In post #4, I wished for queer mestiza sci-fi dreams that would help me integrate my computer/tech and Chicana feminist worlds. That is a big dream given that Chicanx digital visibility has not increased much in the 41 years since my first computer at age 13. The pandemic has revealed a digital divide in communities… Continue reading 5) When Tenure Goes Queer: “Surprise! You’re Retired” or How to Proceed If the Pandemic Has Forced Your Departure
I am taking the day off. Normally I will make a new blog post each Monday, but I reserve the right to take a week off ONCE each month. I also suggest that you consider taking a break because we all deserve one! If reading is your passion, you can also browse my FREE PDF… Continue reading Taking a Break This Week