If we stand together, we will rise together. – Hillary Rodham Clinton Last night I popped the cork on a bottle of champagne and watched Hillary Rodham Clinton’s victory speech […]
When there wasn’t one person anywhere in the United States ~ not my family, not my friends, not one DV advocate or shelter ~ who would protect me from Oregon’s […]
On a soul-level, I have always known that most people didn’t understand how a domestic violence survivor’s face ends up bloody and bruised. Those faces have portrayed us as victims […]
I’m friendly, I’m outgoing, and I like men. – Virginia Clinton Kelley First Mother Virginia Dell Cassidy Blythe Clinton Dwire Kelley bubbled with life. She survived child abuse and domestic violence, […]
Presidential mothers from FDR to Bill Clinton have one thing in common: they invested heavily in their sons. Some loved more unconditionally than others. Many were wealthy and well-educated. And, several were […]
The William J. Clinton Foundation is conducting a poll to set global priorities for the organization: Empowering Girls & Women Strengthening Market-Based Solutions Enhancing Access to Modern Technology Harnessing Human Potential I was […]
Today is former president Bill Clinton’s birthday. I think he’d say “he’d be honored” if I celebrate it with a tribute to his wife’s work. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s style is […]
When we think of Bill Clinton’s presidency, passage of the Violence Against Women Act isn’t typically the first thing that comes to mind. Yet, he is a tremendous champion for family violence prevention and for people who have experienced abuse. He’s walked in our shoes.