Caring for Patients: Women and Poverty

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I’m sharing my friend Dr. Judy Washington’s excellent post.

Caring for Patients: Women and Poverty.

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About cyclingrandma

I was a journalist (Danbury News-Times, Ct), before becoming a teacher, and continue to write for professional journals. I have written several study guides for Penguin Books and write for Education Update, a newspaper based in New York City. (www.educationupdate.com). I’ve interviewed many authors, college presidents, and scientists. I wrote “The Kentucky Derby’s Forgotten Jockeys” for Smithsonian Magazine's website, www.smithsonian.com. (April, 2009). Two essays have been published in book anthologies; one for Wisdom of Our Mothers, (Familia Books) and the other in “College Search and Parent Rescue: Essay for Parents by Parents of College-Going Students.” (St. Martin’s Press). I was a middle school Language Arts teacher for more than 10 years and have just completed a five year grant position under No Child Left Behind in Newark, NJ public schools. I have three children, two daughters-in law, and six grandchildren. I'm an avid cyclist, knitter, cook, and reader. I love theater, museums, and yoga.
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4 Responses to Caring for Patients: Women and Poverty

  1. zzorrow says:

    What an inspiring piece! Thank you for posting.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this, Lisa. It is inspiring.

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  3. Hi Lisa, I already follow this blog, what a history of strong women in that family!

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  4. hugmamma says:

    hugs for bringing this to our attention…i’ve reblogged it on my site…

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