Eleanor Bader is a teacher and freelance writer from Brooklyn, N.Y. She is a frequent contributor to The Brooklyn Rail, RHRealityCheck.org, elevateddifference.org, ontheissuesmagazine.com and Truthout.
Growing Up Under Goebbels
Nancy Kricorian's novel shines light on a little-known Armenian-run resistance movement in Nazi France.
Here’s to You, Mrs. Robeson
Barbara Ransby's new book shines the spotlight on Eslanda Robeson--activist, writer and yes, Paul Robeson's wife.
A ‘Real Christian’ Boyhood
A scion of the evangelical right forsakes his conservatism.
The Other Labor Struggle
In defense of midwifery.
Bible Gets Girly Makeover
When History Catches Up
Moving on Just Fine
Web site allows women to share positive aspects of abortion
Doing It for Themselves
Brooklyn group brings leadership skills to young women
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, overcoming abortion’s stigma
Big Brother may be watching what you read
Thanks to federal funding, anti-choice “pregnancy centers” are on the rise.