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Loss of Women’s Jobs Halting Progress Toward Equality

In case you didn’t notice, women’s jobs are quickly disappearing amid the confusion of the pandemic. If we don’t act soon, we will lose over 30 years of job growth, which will have lasting impact on our progress toward equality. Here are the startling facts. Nearly three million American women have left the labor...

Diversity and Inclusion—The Way Out of Systemic Racism Together

Dr. Sheila Robinson became an expert in diversity and inclusion, and learned firsthand how racism holds Black women back during her 14 year career at a Fortune 100 company, working her way from the factory floor to the executive office. After stepping away from that career path, she founded her company, Diversity Woman...

Black History Month – Celebrating Women Who Lead

Black History Month provides a time for celebrating and learning about the triumph and struggles of the Black men and women who came before us–those who have made a difference, and those who continue to lead and inspire. With the entire month focused on the contributions of Black Americans, February provides the perfect...

Transforming Pain into Purpose – Dr. Nancy

Angelina Rosario considers herself a role model for using the worst moments in your life as a way of transforming pain into purpose. She has influenced thousands of women by teaching them that trials and setbacks are their secret weapons for achieving success. Her own refusal to be a victim set her on...

Kamala Harris Makes History – Dr. Nancy

On Saturday, November 7, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris made history when she became the first woman, the first woman of color, the first Black person and the first South Asian to be elected Vice President of the United States. In a moving victory speech, she recognized the historic, glass-breaking moment and thanked the women...

A Feminist Fighting for Women’s Rights on Many Fronts

Dr. Phyllis Chesler is described as a “legendary feminist” and she has earned the title through decades of activism. She founded the course curriculum for Women’s Studies at City University of New York, where she is professor emerita, being profiled in Feminists Who Changed America, co-founding several organizations including Association for Women in...

2021 – Getting Women’s Progress Back on Track

  Many of us felt a sigh of relief to tear off the last page of the 2020 calendar. After all the uncertainty, the struggles to survive, and blow after blow to the economy, our collective nerves are shot. But the new year has not brought any change in itself. It’s up to us...

How to Help Women To Be More Powerful

Linda Rendleman ENCORE from December 2018 Linda Rendleman is the ultimate supporter of women’s work and lives and breathes her daily mantra, “Be the miracle in your own life.” She has won numerous awards for her writing and speaking, including, “The Torchbearer Award,” the highest award is given to a woman by her home state...

Creative Ways to Navigate the 2020 Holidays

I think we can all agree, 2020 has been tough. The seasonal “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays” wishes seem to ring hollow, and for many the sentiments are difficult to embrace. Instead of a month of nonstop parties with friends and family, this year the holidays feel slower, filled with time to reflect...

Convoy of Hope Women’s Empowerment Program Is Changing Lives

Every woman deserves to be empowered. To have strength and dignity. To know she is valuable. – Doree Donaldson, Vice President – Convoy:Women Every morning, Matilda opens her shop in Tanzania, and confidently looks forward to a successful day of business. But things haven’t always been easy for Matilda and her son, Junior....


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