Author: Reesa Graham

What Feminist Theater Means to Me

What Feminist Theater Means to Me Let me first start by introducing myself to those who don’t know me and stumbled upon this on accident.  My name is Reesa.  And I am an unabashed feminist.  Some of you will stop reading or role their eyes at that, and that’s fine, it’s your right.  Just as it is my right to believe that all humans are equal, regardless of sex, color, sexual orientation, or anything else you want to put in this category.   I have spent the last few years of my life trying to figure out how to best work towards equality.  I’m still...

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So you are wearing white today, now what?

Now you contact your congressman.  Look, I wrote a form letter to help.  Simply copy and paste this as an email, adding or deleting anything you think they should know.  Here’s a link on how to contact them. (Not sure what I’m talking about?  Start here: The Letter: I am contacting you today in regards to women’s right that are currently coursing through our nation’s consciousness and raising extremely high levels of concern for all of us who value women’s freedom and the equanimity that should be as available to women as equality is to any subgroup of...

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Wear All White for Women’s Rights

Based on the Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee’s nonviolent protest for women’s rights in Liberia, I have started this protest as a single woman in New York, a woman who is horrified at watching my rights being stripped away in this country that I love so much. I can no longer sit back and do nothing. I am beginning this grass roots movement to stand up for my rights, your rights, human rights. Will you stand with me? Lawmakers today seem to have forgotten who those laws are being made for; seem to have forgotten how many of...

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