Author Archives: peggychinn

About peggychinn

feminist, nurse activist, writer, editor of ANS Advances in Nursing Science, quilter, grandmother nurturing the future of the amazing children in my life.

Guidelines for Resistance

It has been one week since we posted the Nurses Declaration of Solidarity and Resistance, and today we registered 833 signatories, and still counting!  But what matters is that nurses are not only … Source: Guidelines for Resistance

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An Anthem Affirming Truth!

Thank you to Monica Pasqual and Blame Sally for this haunting anthem resisting the attempt to normalize the behavior of lies from those who recently came into the Executive Branch of the U.S. government.  Monica composed this song 16 years … Continue reading

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Mystery “Home” post – Rebellious Nurses in the Bay Area

The post that came through yesterday was actually a mistake that happened as I was setting up the new website and blog for the Bay Area Rebellious Nurses group!  Sarah Koster is the actual “engine” making this happen – she … Continue reading

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Making the Facts Louder than Opinions!

In the wake of the US elections, I have been focused on finding all the ways that I can stand on the side of equality, justice and health for all, and resist the many trends threatening these values.  There are … Continue reading

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Grieving for my country

There is no other way to say this – the U.S. election of Donald Trump as President has gripped me with grief, and fear.  As each day passes, further news of the dys-function of this man, and … Source: Grieving … Continue reading

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Cassandra in Cleveland history preserved at Ohio State University

Sharon Deevey, a good friend and member of Cassandra:Radical Feminist Nurses Network in Cleveland, just notified me of the archive of Cassandra materials at the Medical Heritage Center, Prior Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University 376 W. 10th Ave. Columbus, … Continue reading

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Reflections on Productivity

This post closes my series of posts on the matter of productivity!  It has been an interesting experience, in part because it clearly affirms for me the benefits of blogging!  In a way, blogging is akin to journaling – the … Continue reading

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Trello

This wonderful tool is designed to help organize projects that involve more than just one person.  It exists on a web page that looks deceptively simple, but has tons of power for organizing and coordinating every task that needs to … Continue reading

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Evernote: A virtual file cabinet

One of the biggest challenges related to getting things done, for me, is how to collect the pieces that I need to complete a task, or how to save things I come across that you might want to use someday. … Continue reading

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