Sadie Rowe showed us how little we know about our neighbors. At least, that’s how Principal Saunders told us about the event. Mama didn’t call it an event. She didn’t call it anything. Instead, she wore her sick-day afghan for three days straight and didn’t brush her hair. She didn’t even detangle. When Daddy tiptoed […]
About Jenna Wallace
Jenna Wallace is a writer and human rights professional working at an international foundation focused on advancing the rights of women and girls globally. She has lived and taught in Indonesia and is currently based in New York. Jenna’s work includes short stories, essays and poetry. She holds a BA in English Literature and an MA in Human Rights Studies.