Motheristing

modern-feminism1Let’s claim this word. What is motheristing? It is a twist on the Feministing website, originally organized by Jessica Valenti. Only in the case of Motheristing, we are committed to thoughtful commentary, critical analysis, and social engagement on the topic of m/otherness: how our connected (and disconnected) status inspires us, thwarts us, and drives us to examine our perspectives, our roles in society, and our very personal experiences.

After you write your post, submit it to Wordle and make a word cloud like the one featured here. Format a jpg and send it along with your post to JourMS.@gmail.com. We’ll put it up, or send us a request to become a regular guest blogger, and we’ll get you the right coordinates.

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The Motherhood Foundation is a certified nonprofit 501c3 connecting Women, Mothers and Families through Music, Art, Activism and Education for Cultural, Economic & Social awareness. By creating, producing and presenting visual, literary, educational, academic, performing arts exhibits that celebrate, nurture and support women with a special emphasis on mothers, and their activities, MFI pays tribute to mothers (Moms). The Foundation gives individuals and groups of Moms opportunities for artistic, academic, and cultural presentations they might not otherwise have; free of age, race and socio-economic barriers. MFI cares about, and acts upon the status of women, mothers and families, while addressing important issues, creating meaningful content, and providing compelling educational and community experiences.

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