Guest Blogger

Dominique Browning

Dominique Browning

Dominique Browning is the co-founder and Senior Director of Moms Clean Air Force. She is a writer and editor — and the mother of two sons.

Dominique blogs at Slow Love Life and writes regularly for the New York Times and She contributes to W, Wired, Whole Living, and Good Housekeeping, among other publications.

Dominque has spent most of her journalistic career in the magazine world, as an editor at Esquire, Texas Monthly, Newsweek, and House & Garden. She is the author of several books; the most recent is SLOW LOVE: How I Lost My Job, Put on My Pajamas, & Found Happiness.


Blog Posts by Dominique Browning

  • Jessica Capshaw for Moms Clean Air Force

    Jessica Capshaw for Moms Clean Air Force

    I’ll admit it. I’m addicted to Grey’s Anatomy. My dad was a surgeon, and as a kid I really wanted to go to medical school when I grew up. But I couldn’t even get through premed. Advanced calculus undid me.  Now I get my medical thrills from TV.

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  • Raffi

    Raffi, Moms Clean Air Force, Mother Love & Regulations

    Recently, the musician/philosopher Raffi visited us online at Moms Clean Air Force and left a generous, kind, enthusiastic vote of confidence about our work. We were thrilled. Raffi’s music was as much a part of my children’s lives as any book we shared. Raffi says our kids are “Beluga Grads“.

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  • Julianne Moore for Moms Clean Air Force

    Julianne Moore for Moms Clean Air Force

    The generosity–and genuine concern–of moms never ceases to amaze me. Out of the blue I wrote to Julianne Moore, knowing she is an activist mom, asking her if she would help us spread the word about the connection between toxic air pollution and children’s health.

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  • Why I’m Fighting for Clean Air

    Why I’m Fighting for Clean Air

    I’m what you might call an Older Mom. I’m 55, and my kids are in their twenties.  I guess they’re now officially “adult children”, out of the house and living on their own. But you know what? Once a mom, always a mom. I still worry about them.

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  • Naptime Activism

    Naptime Activism

    No one knows busy better than a mom. I’ve got dear friends who have just had twins, and after a day with the infants, I’m exhausted. And I don’t have even have night duty.

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