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Letters from Ground Zero IV

Posted on November 4, 2012, in My Blog, with 3 Comments

This is a letter, written by my friend and Women’s Media Center co-founder, Robin Morgan, who is now hosting the WMC’s radio show. This is an important letter. PLEASE read it and pass it on. Xxx Jane

Robin Morgan asks us to avert the “far bigger storm than Sandy looming” by going to the polls Tuesday—in this commentary delivered today on her radio talk-show, “Women’s Media Center Live.”

Twelve years ago, in the aftermath of 911, I wrote three “Letters from Ground Zero.” To my surprise, they went viral on the Internet.…

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with Sam Waterston


Posted on May 14, 2012, in My Blog, with 11 Comments

Hope all of the Mothers had a wonderful Day yesterday. I appreciated all of the warm wishes I received on Facebook and Twitter it means a lot.

After almost 4 months of staying put, things are shifting into high gear. I went to New York to shoot a scene with Sam Waterston for “The Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin’s amazing new TV series for HBO which premiers June 24th.…

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Valentine’s Day

Posted on February 15, 2009, in Film, Television & Theater, My Blog, with 22 Comments

This is our first 2-show day. I’m kinda tired so I will take my nap soon before the evening show. Last night my dear friends from the past–Laurel Lyle and David Hodges saw the show and came back stage.  David was the director of the Laurel Springs Children’s Camp that my husband, Tom Hayden, and I ran in California for 15 years.…

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Abe Lincoln

Posted on February 12, 2009, in My Blog, with 8 Comments

Today’s 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln is being celebrated around the country (and with special fanfare in DC). My friend and former publicist, Stephen Rivers, just sent me an email telling me that playwright Tony Kushner, who is writing the screenplay for Steven Spielberg’s film about Lincoln, says he thinks that John Ford’s “Young Mr. Lincoln” and my dad’s portrayal of Lincoln in that film, remains the best of all Lincoln films.…

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