Screenshot Doretha Walker Guest Post on Black Girls Run 12132011

Guest Blog | Black Girls Run

  Guest post as originally published on  December 13, 2011 Running Like a Rock Star by Doretha Walker I am not a rock star, I am not even an elite runner, but for the Rock ‘n Roll Savannah half marathon, I felt like one. Let me explain, I have run many halves before, but more »

In the Press | Post and Courier Article

Black Women on the Move Georgette Mayo, 54, never wanted to run until she read about Ernestine Shepherd, a 74-year-old bodybuilder who runs about 40 miles a week. “I always just walked,” says Mayo. “If anyone were to tell me this time last year that I’d be running, I would have said, ‘No way.’ “ more »

Guest Column | Post and Courier

Guest Column for the Post and Courier December 2, 2011 ROLE MODELS LIKE HILL MATTER Doretha Walker I was among hundreds of women who all had Anita Hill stories that they proudly told to everyone within earshot. Some people said that Hill gave a voice to hundreds, if not thousands, of victims. More spoke of more »

Screenshot Guest Post Angie Mizzell 05122011

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  Guest Post for as originally published May 12, 2011 WAITING FOR MY THING by Doretha Walker I think I have always been waiting for my THING to come, but more recently the search has become much more urgent since I no longer have a full time job. I am learning, however, that the more »