Stories by Kelly Salasin
Issue of Jun 29, 2022 (#670)
- Abortion is not the opposite of motherhood — it’s part of it: ‘If not for my abortions, I would have followed in my mother’s, my grandmother’s, and my great-grandmother’s footsteps, each woman denied the choice of how her future would unfold, the first two born before women could vote’
Issue of Jul 28, 2021 (#623)
- ‘Nine step-grandchildren’: ‘I came to understand that I was no longer related to my father, not in the way I had been, and not in the way I had taken for granted that I always would be. And I was never to speak of this.’
Issue of May 12, 2021 (#612)
- Ambassador of hope: Others whom I helped from my post at Pliny Park didn’t need any help at all. They just wanted someone to whom they could say, ‘Thank you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for Gallery Walk again. For all of this.’
Issue of Jun 10, 2020 (#565)
- What does it take to wake up? : How can we make it clear that black lives and women’s lives and global pandemics and environmental crises and economic inequities are not partisan ploys but priorities?
Issue of Mar 18, 2020 (#553)
- Reshaping the nest: Just this past week, we found our stride. And then, three calls came.