Just in time for Fourth of July, Eileen Stukane gives us a story to remind us what’s truly great about this country. Eileen documents the efforts of Muslim and Jewish women working to overcome intolerance and hate in the world. These are women just like us who have figured out that they really can make a difference. Eileen is a reporter for Chelsea Now, a New York City community newspaper. She is also the author of Running on Two Different Tracks, an ebook memoir. Eileen investigated women’s health issues while working as a writer on the staffs of Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan and Self magazines, and then became the co-author of four women’s health books, and the author of The Dream Worlds of Pregnancy. Her “Healthy Eating” column appeared in Food & Wine magazine for eight years. Every day she continues to delve into quality of life issues as a writer and reporter.
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