About

About

Bio of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWBio

Rosemary Dunn Dalton has been advocating on behalf of the oppressed for the past half-century. She is the founding force behind Dunn House, a shelter for battered women and their children; the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Political Caucus of Southern Oregon; and Advocates for the Severely Handicapped, a progressive program and residence for the profoundly disabled. Read more …

CV of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWCV

Rosemary is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice and a former faculty member in the Psychology Department at Southern Oregon University. She earned her BS in political science and her master’s in counseling/psychology at Southern Oregon State College (SOSC) in 1975 and 1976 respectively. Rosemary completed her master’s in social work (MSW) at Boston College in 1988. Read more …

Activism of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWActivism

Profiled in Feminists Who Changed America: 1963–1975, Rosemary Dunn Dalton has been a lifelong activist for women’s causes, lesbian and gay rights, multicultural issues, the profoundly disabled, peace, socioeconomic justice, and religious tolerance. Rosemary’s herstory of activism can be traced back to 1966, when she first experienced an awakening while serving on the Panel of American Women. Read more …

Media Coverage of Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWMedia

Rosemary Dunn Dalton has been featured in newspaper articles and conducted radio interviews over the past several decades. This section features a few examples of media coverage of her activism and community engagement during that period. Read more …

Testimonials Praising Rosemary Dunn Dalton, LCSWTestimonials

“I have benefited greatly from Rosemary’s real insight and knowledge as well as her capacity to appreciate and understand the complex aspects of the human condition. Her ability to incorporate micro, meso, and macro forms of care into the supervisory lens has supported me in providing both comprehensive and humanistic social service to underserved populations.” Read more …



Latest Blog Posts

Look At You (Marie)

The crown of your head silver and white, I glimpsed as you lay next to me.  My mother had insisted I ‘do’ her hair,...

You’re Still Here (Lake Tahoe)

This is our third visit and Lake Tahoe, you are still here.  You glow like glass reflecting cobalt blue, aquamarine, vermillion seen like nowhere...

Now I See You (Molly)

So little, vulnerable, unable to grasp my thumb, no Babinski clutch.  Then we knew: you were injured.  Your brain impacted at birth, maybe.  Or...

Perfect For Summer

Our halter tops reveal breasts

peeking after a drawn out winter

A hundred degrees incites groans

in spite of the earlier drought of sunlight

You move past me,...

Please Don’t Eat the Babies

You swoop in again and again

trying to eat the babies

Who gives you the right

No excuses about the chain of life

Bigger birdies eating smaller birdies

They...

Freedom to Marry

If your mouths are dropping to the floor, don’t be surprised or feel you are alone. Many of us scoffed at the idea of...

Protest Against Mountaintop Removal Mining in West Virginia

Larry Gibson, founder of Keeper of the Mountains, participated in a protest against mountaintop removal mining by shaving the heads of women who wanted...

Honoring Hillary
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Wants New Opposition Movement for Syria

In an effort to “reshape” the opposition action in Syria, Secretary of State Hillary...

Nuclear Nun

Eighty-two-year-old Sister Megan Rice has been a peace activist who has been arrested many times for her acts of civil disobedience and antinuclear protests....

Wilkins-O’Riley Zinn: A Remembrance
My friend died. She was my writing buddy. Three of us met in my living room. We always sat in the same spot, with...
Bill Clinton: Then and Now

It’s been tough listening to politicians since Bill Clinton left the presidency. He was a brilliant orator and still is. He had his shortcomings,...

Wendy Lee: A Matter of Survival
A professor of philosophy at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, Wendy Lee teaches environmental philosophy, feminist theory, bioethics, philosophy of language, and philosophy of mind/brain.
Women Working for Change
My mother was born in 1896 before most of what we know of the world was possible, except war and violence. These two constants...