I joined @MomsRising Blog Carnival

photo(1)I am honored to take part in a new Mom’s Rising Blog Carnival beginning Nov. 25!
MomsRising (http://www.momsrising.org/), is a grassroots advocacy organization and new media outlet empowering moms and families across the country. They found my blog post “The Fight for Native Families on #FAULTLINES” at my other blog Lara! (https://laratracehentz.wordpress.com/2013/11/07/the-fight-for-native-families-on-faultlines/).
My post ANGER TURNED INSIDE will be part of their blog carnival, “Raising the Voices of Native American Families” and will bring a much needed perspective. Other bloggers have shared their personal stories, policy analysis, cultural perspectives, humor, facts and more
Do you want to participate?
Connie wrote me, “MomsRising will promote your blog post, as part of the blog carnival, widely via Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. We estimate that our blog and social media reach extends to over 3.5 million readers. Below this email, you’ll find more information on blog carnivals and how you can participate. However, even if you can’t participate at this time, please forward this email to friends you think might be interested.” Tell them I sent you!

WHAT’S A BLOG CARNIVAL? A blog carnival is an online action that aims to utilize the growing power of our combined reach on social media (blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and more) to jumpstart –and jump into!– a national conversation. This blog carnival on Native American moms and families will have blog posts ranging from the personal to the political. MomsRising will collect and publish the individual blog posts and then we’ll put the links to these posts together in one overarching post that will serve to host and introduce the blog carnival. In addition, we’ll amplify the blog carnival post on our Facebook Page, on Pinterest and with tweets from the MomsRising Twitter account @MomsRising using relevant hashtags.

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