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Hello, dear friends, it's Dr. Erin here. Similarly to Dr. Kristen's post last week, my list is not necessarily going to be celebratory. Over the last few weeks, I have seen a lot of White people begin the process of grappling with their Whiteness, with their...

Welcome to Friday folks! (Checks calendar - double checks) Yes, it is Friday. It's the end of another week of lockdown. Somehow, even though time seems not to be passing, it's almost the end of April. I've got a few good videos - some happy,...

Today The Good Doctors are delighted to celebrate the life and legacy of Annie Dodge Wauneka. Born on this day in 1911 on the Navajo Nation Reservation, Annie was a first advocate and activist for the Navajo people. She was the second woman elected to the...

Isabella Tod Born: May 18, 1836 Edinburgh, Scotland Known For: Women's Rights Activist and Suffragette When I went to research Isabella Tod, a renowned women's rights activist in Northern Ireland, I found a wonderful short documentary made in 2013 by the BBC. Instead of writing a short blog in...

Hey all! Spring is definitely in the air here in Pittsburgh and I'm excited to share my 5 Friyays with you! There's been a lot of happenings since I last wrote some Friyays, so it's pretty much a mixed bag here. Let's dive on in! It...

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