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How You Age is Up to You

How do you feel about aging? Are you inspired by it? Dreading it? Overwhelmed by it? Confused by it?

Chances are that you have some feelings around aging. 706 more words

Feminism

Women in History: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the current President of Liberia, making her the first elected female head of state in Africa. In June 2016, she was also elected as the Chair of the Economic Community of West African States, making her the first woman to occupy that position since it was formed. 83 more words

Women's Leadership

Kahontakwas Diane Longboat: "The Good Mind Will Transform The World"

Kahontakwas, Diane Longboat is from the Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Canada. She is a healer, ceremonial leader and traditional teacher of the spiritual ways. 1,232 more words

Climate Justice & Solutions

Why I Didn't Feel Empowered by 'Wonder Woman'

I’ll just get this out front: I’m not your typical big box-office superhero moviegoer. Why? Because I don’t like the glorified violence, nor the gender stereotypes that one typically finds in these movies: man as hero; woman as love interest. 1,911 more words

Women's Leadership

Own the B*tch

Unless you’ve been under a rock, certainly you’ve heard the great debate about male vs. female affluence in the workplace. Said differently, I’m talking about pay inequality and all other variances that exist between a man and a woman at a 9 to 5. 984 more words

Launch of The Girl from Spaceship Earth

I am thrilled to announced the publication of my book, The Girl from Spaceship Earth.

Coming this fall, a true story about Buckminster Fuller’s utopian ideas and integrities and how they nearly wrecked a person’s life. 66 more words

Climate Change

Women in History: Venus de Willendorf

This statuette is one of the earliest representations of the human body made by humankind. Known as Venus de Willendorf, with Willendorf being the Austrian town in which she was found, it’s estimated that she was carved 25,000 years ago in the Paleolithic Period. 59 more words

Women's Leadership