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what is truly being naked?

My twitter feed has been bombarded, to what seems to be Jennifer Lawrence’s naked pictures that have some how gotten leaked onto the internet. To be honest, it was quite shocking to see as I was just regularly checking my feed, before class. 394 more words

Wounded bird

Beautiful,
colors woven around her body,
she sings sweetly on her branch.

You wouldn’t know,
by looking at her,
Or by hearing her song,
But this sweet bird is a wounded bird. 90 more words

Love

New Workshop! Wise Up to Rise Up

Hello Ladies!

Wise Up to Rise Up is the newest offering from Higher Ground Ministries Workshop series!  Participants will learn how to identify areas of brokenness and strongholds that have been preventing them from achieving personal success.  55 more words

Empowerment

Why have women been excluded from peacebuilding in Sudan?

The 22-year-conflict in Sudan, which consumed so much of the country’s resources, ended with the secession of South Sudan to become an independent country in 2011, and the fighting played a major role in hindering women’s empowerment in Sudan. 808 more words

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Anita Hill Speaks in Kansas City

Last night (Tuesday) Anita Hill herself brought the conversation of women’s empowerment to Kansas City! The Kansas City Library held an event where they screened the film… 865 more words

Reflections

Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post.  Below, read today’s selection:

Asia- Pacific Regional Education Conference (APREC) Statement - This statement from the Ministers of Education, high-level government officials and representatives of civil society organizations, teachers’ organizations, United Nations (UN) agencies, development partners, and members of academia and the private sector, from the Education Conference in Bangkok outlines six priority areas and pledges to the future education agenda in upcoming intergovernmental negotiations. 140 more words

Resources

BE THE HEROINE OF YOUR OWN JOURNEY (Part Two)
EVOLVING PARTNERSHIPS: THE CORNERSTONE OF THE HEROINE’S JOURNEY

In Part One of “Be the Heroine of Your Own Journey,” we discussed what the American journalist and playwright, Nora Ephron, meant when she declared: “Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim.” We explored how the hero strikes out on a solo mission to conquer his demons, while the heroine recognizes that stepping into her feminine power entails aligning with a collective field of support. 1,003 more words