No Child of His
you are riding home in the car of someone you call friend but really isn't, getting in much too late from the most recent party/rave/get-together that undoubtedly required you to exchange money for mediocore memories. your teeth are furry and your makeup is smudged and a mood clings to you like the smell... Find Out More
What a Baby Is by Judy
Getting knocked up at seventeen was not an accident.
I wanted a baby. I was well aware that the unprotected sex I was having with my boyfriend could result in pregnancy, and this was part of the reason I did it. I wanted to have a baby.
My mother died when I was thirteen. I had lost an... Find Out More
Too young to question, Not old enough to be a mom
There are many things that I know now that I didn’t when I first became a mom. The one, most important thing that I wish I would have known was that no matter how young I was, I could be in control of my pregnancy and child rearing. While I was pregnant, I was referred... Find Out More
Cheri Honkala and KWRU: Poverty Warriors
by Emily Lauer
Cheri Honkala has high aspirations. She is leading a battle for
economic human rights for all people worldwide. Honkala is the director of
the Kensington Welfare Rights Union and the National spokesperson for the
Economic Human Rights Campaign.... Find Out More