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‘Don’t Silence Me’- A New Anthem For a New Women’s Movement

Contributed by Julia Stier Photos by Matt Ritchey “Take your hands off my sister!” On a recent evening, Sadie Jemmett effortlessly led an auditorium through the chorus of her new song, Don’t Silence Me, during a live acoustic performance before... Continue Reading →

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International Women’s Day – Be Bold

Somehow International Women's Day got visually co-opted into looking like the second coming of Valentine's Day. There is more to it than that.

Myriam Abdelaziz: A Woman Living After the Revolution

On the heels of International Women's Day, the following story appeared in our mailbox from Glitterati Inc. and The Click Magazine, a publication dedicated to photography. The story however is less photography and more reality where women are concerned. Just... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day 2014: Reducing Global Hunger

“In many developing countries, women are the backbone of the economy. Yet women farmers do not have equal access to resources and this significantly limits their potential in enhancing productivity.” Today, Saturday March 8th is International Women’s Day—and, all over the... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day – Remember Your Rights

International Women’s Day traces its origins back to a protest by women garment workers in New York (circa 1908) against poor working conditions. At its core, International Women’s Day was about the right to work – and the right to work in fair... Continue Reading →

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