been a bit slack on the posting here again. but i have some posts up at the hand mirror: my speech about poverty on international women's day, a post on commercial surrogacy and why i'm opposed to it, and finally a post tonight about some wonderful women doing wonderful things on screen.
of course i've been overwhelmed, as has everyone else, by the disaster in japan. such a massive tragedy, with the potential to get worse. i have nothing meaningful to say about this, other than i feel deeply for the people affected.
there are many things to write about, but i'm too tired just now. so i'll link to this piece on the colour of food (hat tip to the lovely ruth), which looks at the inequities people of colour face in the food industry. this graph gives an inkling of the scale of the problem: