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Her Story: If I Could Turn Back Time

By Guest Blogger Vanessa Womack Easter

If someone had told me 35 years ago that I would be living in Richmond, Virginia as a divorced mother of two wonderful adult children, I would have responded, ‘You must have me mixed up with someone else.’ I was not a woman who desired to get married and have children. 461 more words

Her Story

RETAILERS: LET'S CHAMPION YOUR CUSTOMERS SUCCESS INSTEAD OF, YOU KNOW, JUST SELLING TO THEM

There’s a serious crack in the veneer of Valued Customer relationships.

Every ‘brick and mortar’ retailer you know is focused on trying to figure out how to beat, win, get ahead, or at least stay afloat in the every-rising threat of AMAZON domination. 412 more words

Excellence Is Contagious! So Is Mediocrity.

ENOUGH: An Eco-Feminist Easter Proclamation

Today is Easter, celebrated in the Christian world as the day that a tortured Jesus ascended from the Cross and was welcomed, reborn, into the Kingdom of Heaven. 641 more words

Alternative Futures

Time to show what a real mother-bomb can do

“MOAB: The mother of all bombs.”

What trigger-happy soldier came up with this moniker for an agent of death, I wonder?

Bombs are not mothers, and they don’t have mothers. 937 more words

Alternative Futures

Women in History: Sojourner Truth

Sojourner Truth was an African-American abolitionist and women’s rights activist. Born into slavery in New York, Truth escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826. 110 more words

Feminism

Women in History: Jeannette Rankin

Amazingly, I didn’t learn about Jeannette Rankin until LAST YEAR, which is crazy because I majored in Government in college. Did you know about Jeannette Rankin? 105 more words

Feminism

What the U.N. Can Learn From Los Angeles About Gender Parity

Everyone knows that the United Nations struggles with sexism. Whether it’s the horrific rape, sexual abuse and exploitation of girls by UN peacekeeping forces, the under-resourcing of U.N. 1,988 more words

Feminism