Articles by Marybeth Shea
I cut my political teeth on United Farm Worker grape boycotts in California's San Joaquin Valley.
I guess I am doin' all right. I'm studyin', and like the teacher says, it pays off.
In 1974, my family moved from Great Falls, Montana, to Visalia, California. All moves are difficult, but this one—falling between sixth and seventh grades—was particularly hard.
Summer campfires and sing-alongs aside, the history of
God's people is written twice: Once in documents beginning
with the Torah and the Bible, and simultaneously in the music passed from family