Category Archives: Women’s Issues

Women Athletes

What do you think of when you think of women in sports? Or perhaps, I should ask: who do you think of? Of course there are the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. And the Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx basketball … Continue reading

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Women Athletes

What do you think of when you think of women in sports? Or perhaps, I should ask: who do you think of? Of course there are the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. And the Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx basketball … Continue reading

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Val Dumond’s Viewpoint

[In case you missed it, here’s a reprint of the article that appeared on the editorial page of The News Tribune on January 5.] The AP article (January 3, 2007) lauding the status of women in Washington State tells only … Continue reading

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Are Women Our Own Worst Enemies?

Publisher, editor, author, and writing consultant Val Dumond edits and prepares your manuscript and helps you publish your book. Continue reading

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