Debate for TheJournal.ie
Assignment for TheJournal.ie YES. Being American and growing up surrounded by health education and open diagnoses regarding substance abuse, I, of course, think everyone is an alcoholic and should go to … Continue reading Debate for TheJournal.ie
Beyond Representation: Exploring the Credibility Gap in Public Service
More women voting on our legislation is critical—but what about the power of us women already working in politics?
Maine’s Forgotten Adults Adrift in a System in Crisis
Maine’s forgotten adults adrift in ‘a system in crisis’ after years of neglect
Irish Catholicism and Feminism
Is Catholic feminist an Oxymoron?
Opinion: ‘The government won’t remove the Church from its authority over social services until we demand it’
It will take legal challenges on the grounds of gender discrimination to fully remove the Catholic Church from publicly-funded services, writes Colleen Hennessy.
We Need Women’s Voices in Media- Beyond Their Stories About Powerful Men
Our media landscape is currently flooded with women’s stories. Harvey Weinstein’s flagrant history of sexual assault and harassment, ironically, temporarily allowed women representation in key commentary forums. A snowball effect … Continue reading We Need Women’s Voices in Media- Beyond Their Stories About Powerful Men
Brut Live Interview
Link to Media Interview about #MeToo
Why I ‘Stand in Awe of all Mná’ Voting to Repeal the Eighth