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25 Jan We Can All Work Together

The Women's March in Washington was a success. From what I saw my wish came true. I saw many men with signs and even my Facebook friends at home were liking, commenting and sharing posts. If you attended one of these marches around the world you...

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24 Jan Work Peacefully

Millions of women across the globe took to the streets to march against President Donald Trump Saturday, January 21, 2017. In Washington DC alone, approximately 500,000 turned out to stand up for gender equality, healthcare for women and other issues thought to be threatened under...

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18 Jan Women’s March in Washington

I am headed to Washington, D.C. for the Womens March in Washington the day after the inauguration. I am a man who has come to realize the injustice that women are facing in America today. Whether it's getting paid 80cents to a dollar, women's right to...

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21 Nov And they Giggled the night away

Help. Not often we are able to pinpoint the defining moment in our childhood that molds us to who we've become decades later.  Hi , it's not easy to introduce myself by name, for I've worn many hats that each name is assigned with , for...

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19 Nov EMPOWERED… By Design

EMPOWERED by design. When you glimpse into the blue-sky eyes of Jody Barrett her gaze is hard to look away from. They draw you in with their steadiness. It is difficult, if not impossible, to imagine these eyes have ever seen sorrow.   Fearless, powerful, optimistic, passionate,...

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28 Oct Support Violetta Markelou & SUPERFIERCE!!!

I love women that give back! My friend Violetta Markelou is part of an amazing event called "SUPER FIERCE". As the event's organizers describe it, SUPERFIERCE describes authentic and awe-inspiring people. SUPERFIERCE is made up of a group of fearless female creatives coming together to...

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25 Oct Remember those who fought for Women Right to Vote

Alice Paul, born on January 11, 1885 to Quaker parents in Mt. Laurel, NJ, was an American suffragist, feminist, and women's rights activist, and the main leader and strategist of the 1910's campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which prohibits sex discrimination...

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27 Sep My Wish For Hope

Hopelessness: A dangerous suicide warning sign. Hopelessness is a feeling that conditions will never improve, that there is no solution to a problem, and, for many, a feeling that dying by suicide would be better than living. Most people who feel hopeless have depression, and untreated depression...

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13 Aug Bravery

The pre-teen and teenage years are difficult for any young woman. Our bodies are changing, our emotions are up and down and we feel like no one truly understand us. Growing up as an American girl, I recall that this is a time when we...

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