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Mixed Emotions: Casha Doemland Discusses the Impact of Racial Ambiguity on Personal Identity

“I don’t know how somebody can look at somebody, without knowing anything about them, and just project all this negativity that then turns into hate,” she says. “It’s hard for me cause I just don’t get it because I don’t look at anybody and feel that way.”

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Mixed Emotions: Kay Brown on Finding Her Place as a Multi-Racial Millennial

“I think I would be considered somewhat of a white passing standard, but it diminishes the fact that I am still half black”

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Raising Kids Who Are Actively Anti-Racist: Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and Adam St. Bernard Jacobs Are Teaching Us How

"We’re both intentional about centering our parenting around justice and creativity and are also big believers in always being a work in progress."

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Anti-racism is a state of being, and more importantly, a state of doing. So, what are you doing?


Thoughts On Resilience & Bravery From Seven Fold Women

As we head into a season of gratitude, we thought we'd also highlight what it means to be resilient and brave right now—and perhaps that alone is what we are grateful for right now.

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The Good Stuff

A round-up of thoughts, ideas, actions and (actual) goods to start your week!


Childfreeness: Child Free By Circumstance, Facing Infertility After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

"I was so focused on making choices that would allow me to grow old and have a life that everything else came second. I had to put myself and my health first, which felt radical even while facing a life-threatening disease. It is often expected that women put others before themselves, making decisions based on the good of their partners and families, not necessarily their own needs."


The Good Stuff

A round-up of thoughts, ideas, actions and (actual) goods to start your week!


A Letter From Queens (In The Midst Of Coronovirus)

"I have always treasured art, music, and literature, but as of late, I am reminded that they are a part of our survival, part of what keeps us mentally and emotionally healthy...these have all become my family’s stability in this time of uncertainty."


Who We Are Right Now

"The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so the necessary may speak." Life is different, we are different. Here's an update.


Happy Holidays & Happy New Year (That's A Wrap On 2019)

As we usher in the next decade here are a few of the conversations we loved.


See You Tonight, Seattle!

It's The Fold's holiday party and you are invited!


Hungry Hearts: Caroll Lee's Mandu

"My dumplings are almost as nice as my Mom’s now. My kids’s dumplings? Not so much. But they don’t really care and in the end, it all tastes the same—the taste of memories and of love."

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Childfreeness:On Becoming A Stepparent

One woman discusses the evolution of her relationship to her partner, herself, her future stepchildren and her work as she transitions from from childfree by choice to pending parenthood as a stepmother.


Childfreeness: Is it environmentally sustainable to have children? (A conversation with Environmental Policy professional about her decision to be childfree.)

Gretchen Jones talks with Environmental Policy professional, Lisa McNally, about her decision to be childfree thus far, the surprising impact of children on the environment (it's not what you think!) and how her progressive upbringing laid the foundation for her leading a self actualized life.


A Recap Of Unfold, Our Inaugural Holistic Health & Wellbeing Retreat

We opened our hearts, bodies, and minds together this past weekend in Seattle at our inaugural retreat, Unfold. It was a day of intimate connection and growth—here's a peek at experience.

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On Traveling Alone: Why I Did It & The Lessons Learned

"Traveling alone isn’t just a different way to see the world, it’s also a way to be reminded of how the world sees you."


Career Wisdom and Creative Tips From Six Fold Women

We combed our archives for career advice from just a few of the bold women we've profiled over the years — from supporting female small businesses to including activism in the business plan, here are words of wisdom to learn from.


Childfreeness: Jonnyka Bormann On Being Childfree By Choice

In this month's Childfreeness column we discuss the impacts of education on procreation, the difference between being a childfree Gen Xer and a childfree Millennial, the myth that a childfree life = stress freel life, plus much more with Jonnyka Borman.


What Do You Consider The Most Overrated Virtue?

We've been taught for eons what is polite and right, but now we are re-considering the virtues that may not serve us well today.


The Fold is Turning Two: Come celebrate with us!

It's our two year anniversary and we are celebrating by raising funds for the ACN with one of our favorite local pioneers, at one of our favorite hometown spots!

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Childfreeness: Jessica Taft Langdon On Being Child-Free By Circumstance

"Taking the path of parenthood may bring you closer to those you know who are also parents, or it may not. It’s easy for me to generalize about my friends and those in my communities who have kids about what their lives are like. And it’s all too easy for them to make assumptions about me."


A New Column: 'Childfreeness'

Today we introduce a new column, led by Gretchen Jones, that will challenge the assumptions and stigmas surrounding living a life that is child-free.