Project Intersect's first issue, Clarion Call, cover

What are the intersections of violence?

You know how I answer that question, and now it’s your turn! For our second issue, Project Intersect wants to hear from you regarding the intersections of violence. What does that mean? How do we define violence? How do we expand our notions of violence to include humans, animals, and the environment? That’s for you to explore…

power and control wheel

The Movement to End Domestic Violence: Ugly Truths

In 2005, a young colleague and I set out to write about the “Battered Women’s Movement” as we experienced it in the St. Louis Metropolitan Region. While we no longer use such language, in looking back and re-reading this never-finished analysis (we kept on keeping on), I find it so very interesting and relevant ten…

Long shadows of two people standing side by side. The shadows are in an expanse of sand.

Waking with Sand on My Skin

This afternoon, I read through a book of my handwritten poems from 2005 to today. I read them backwards, and when I got to October of 2005, I found this: You’ll never know what the discovery of that day means to a sleepy traveler hoping to wake up with sand on her skin… Sleepy indeed.…

Founder Jacqueline Morr (left) and Ashley Maier

Order Project Intersect’s 1st Issue Here!

Project Intersect’s first issue, Clarion Call, is out! The launch at the National Museum of Animals and Society was fabulous, full, and complete with generously donated Kombucha Dog. Now, you can order the beautiful and engaging first issue directly from me for $10 plus nominal shipping. Just submit the order form on this site and I…