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Girl Power on the Nile

reflections on living in luxor Here is an article I wrote for Egyptian Streets about teaching boxing to girls here Luxor Boxing Girls: How I Punched My Way Out of Christian American Patriarchy | Egyptian Streets I love this Nile River life of feluccas, temples, and interconnecting villages and canals. I love running along the […]

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Luxor Life

Today early morning, I run through the village my regular route to the Nile. People cry, “Very good, sport!” with a thumb’s up. A boy on a donkey runs beside me for a bit. Past the awakening shops to a place in the shade where sweet Turkish coffee awaits me, along with a breakfast of […]

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TRAINING DAY…EVERY DAY

Above left are two of my students. Photo on the right,  I am teaching my class at Tarzana Boxing. I love to train on my own. Right now, I’m at Lake Arenal in Costa Rica, writing for one month and I have trained every day. Thirty years ago when I was in the depths of despair I […]

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WALK ABOUT

As of August 15th I am going “Walk About” as they say in Australia. I will be gone for at least two months. Life is an adventure. Live it to the fullest. Don’t get stuck, look up to the sky, be filled with curiosity, take an unexpected turn, see what awaits you. I will keep you […]

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