Women — time to speak up! — Broadside

I wanted to bring your attention to one of my favorite blogs. This recent post from Caitlin Kelly inspired me to do something I’ve never done, write a letter to the editor. I did not expect it to make it to print but it showed up in the opinions section of today’s Boston Globe. I was nervous writing it, but proud of myself for stepping outside my box, starting to find my voice and the courage to use it more frequently. Enjoy this post from Broadside.

By Caitlin Kelly The editor in chief of the Financial Times, Rouala Khalaf, (probably the most male of the big newspapers — and boy are they male, especially at the very top) — recently implored more women to write to their letters page. I was thrilled to have my letter published there, verbatim, a few […]

Women — time to speak up! — Broadside

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