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16 Aug We are Fighters of Equality for All

This past weekend was filled with contentious activities. It has been very tough for me to see photos of people giving the Sieg Heil solute along with photos of people uprooting statues. With that being said, we have to stand up for one another. So my...

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09 May Celebrate Mother’s Day

As we near another Mother’s Day celebration, we make our way to the Hallmark store and the florist. But it is not all about the commercialized holiday festivities, at least to me it is not. Call me selfish, but it is about the time I...

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01 May Equal Rights For Women – By Daisaku Ikeda

Equal Rights for Women: Moving toward a Creative Partnership (The Japan Times, Jul. 13, 2006) From a 12-part essay series by Daisaku Ikeda carried in The Japan Times, a leading English-language daily published in Japan, from May 2006 through April 2007. Valuing the wisdom and capabilities of...

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13 Apr Equal Pay for Women

Equal Pay for Woman  Equal pay for equal work. It might sound like common sense, but unfortunately, it’s not reality. On April 4th, a day known as Equal Pay Day, people gathered in various cities to speak out against the various barriers women encounter in the...

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06 Apr Revolar’s Wish – Safety for All

 We wish for no more violence. We wish for an end to sexual assault. We wish for a truly free world where every man, woman, and child, feels empowered and safe. That’s why we created Revolar. Revolar creates wearable personal safety technology to help you...

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04 Apr Listen up, GIRL

Last week actress and doctor, Mayim Bialik from the hit TV show The Big Bang Theory released a video on her social media that went viral. In this video, she implored both men and women to stop referring to women as “girls”. The actress explains...

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01 Feb Keep Encouraging

Last week I went to the Women's March in Washington. After my trip to D.C. I wrote about how we as minorities and immigrants must support one another. I also wrote about the numerous subsections of women who came out to march for their own personal movements...

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