With A Family Secret Unearthed, A Granddaughter Finds A Garden Of Peace
Unlocking the secrets of her family showed Julie Lindahl the worst, and then the best, of humankind. A special Cognoscenti-Kind World collaboration.
Lessons For An Anxious Time: Parching Despair Before It Takes Root
My parents and their siblings knew something I haven’t yet grasped, writes Julie Wittes Schlack. Somehow they mastered the feeling of helplessness that is so new to me, and so corrosive.
Sexual Harassment Is Timeless — But The Sisterhood Is Growing More Powerful
I’m glad for the public outrage about the misogyny baked into our legal system, religious texts and popular culture, writes Anita Diamant. It’s good for the body politic though nothing close to a cure.
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