Author: Jill Miller Zimon

Jill Miller ZimonJill Miller Zimon blogs from Northeastern Ohio — a hotbed in the fight for clean air — on Writes Like She Talks. She has a joint degree in law and social work from Case Western Reserve University, and she has had a varied and fascinating career, as a multimedia journalist, a community activist, and a deeply involved room mother at her children’s schools. Her piece about a recent journey with her family is a wry and touching look at being a more capable mom. “She is very powerful, so be nice to her,” says former Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Eric Fingerhut.  

Apps Plug Into Clean Air

BY ON November 7, 2011
President Obama’s most recent rallying cry has been, “We can’t wait!” For those of us who embrace clean air like we do here at the Moms Clean Air Force blog, we explore new ideas that we can apply to this call to action. Beyond even...

TOPICS: Asthma, Pollution

Mothers Intent On Activism

BY ON September 30, 2011
In the book, Mothers’ of Intention: How Women and Social Media Are Revolutionizing Politics In America, author, journalist, political analyst, and Pundit Mom, Joanne Bamberger writes from experience. In a Moms Clean Air Force exclusive interview, Bamberger tells moms why… Having an opinion never goes...

TOPICS: Activism, Politics, Pollution, Social Justice

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