Author Archives: Gayle Kimball, Ph.D.

About Gayle Kimball, Ph.D.

*Author of 12 books *Ph.D. in Religious Studies from UCSB *Life coach *Founder of Open Doors Literacy Project in Pakistan *See Global Youth SpeakOut and NGOs small & global on FB Gayle Kimball Vita Degrees * BA, UC Berkley * Teaching credential,UCB * MA, UCLA * MA, UCSB * Ph.D., UCSB (Religious Studies) Teaching * LA City Schools, history teacher * CSU, Chico, Professor of Women's Studies and Sociology * Teacher and director, Earth Haven: Center for Spiritual Enrichment Books * Essential Energy Tools (Book, 2 CDs, and 3 videos) * 21st Century Families: Blueprints for Family-Friendly Workplaces, Schools and Governments. (Equality Press) * Energy Tools for Success (Equality Press) * How to Create Your Ideal Workplace (Equality Press) * The Teen Trip: The Complete Resource Guide (Equality Press) * 50/50 Parenting (Lexington Books) * 50/50 Marriage (Beacon Press) * ed. Everything You Need to Know to Succeed After College (Equality Press) * How to Survive Your Parents' Divorce (Equality Press) * ed. Women's Culture (Scarecrow Press). * Numerous videotapes. Media Appearances * ABC National News * Geraldo * Hour Magazine * Late Night America * The Michael Jackson radio show * Regional TV and radio shows (i.e. Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Denver)

article on Republican Tax Plan Declares War on Higher Ed


Teens Work for ERA

Six teenage girls were shocked to learn in their seventh grade English class that the ERA still wasn’t law. They decided to take action because “We don’t want to live in the world when we get older where women are not respected enough to be considered equals,” calling themselves the Yellow Roses. in 2016 they phoned “Women’s Issues” staffers in the 15 state governments that didn’t ratify the ERA before the original 1982 deadline: Nine of the staffers said they would support the amendment.

Teenage Girls Interested in Politics Now

The election of Trump as President sparked the interest of teenage girls in becoming politicians, according to Anne Moses, the president of IGNITE: Political Power in Every Young Woman, a national organization to teach political skills to girls. Moses reported the girls are doing voter outreach, running for boards and school offices, and organizing locally around issues that concern them.[i] One of girls, Tazeen Ulhaque, a high school sophomore in Phoenix, who opposes hateful extremists, said, “I don’t want to phone bank. I’d rather trail blaze.”(Running Start is another group to “bring young women to politics.”)

[i] Amrita Vetticaden, “After 2016 Election, Girls Ready to Break Politics’ Glass Ceiling,” Women’s eNews Teen Voices, March 30, 2017.