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Women’s March Showcases Global Sisterhood

NUMBER OF MARCHES; 673 NUMBER OF MARCHERS (EST) 4,956,422 Women’s March, Global Sisterhood Our global sisterhood is strong and the #WomensMarch just proved it. Inspired by the multitudes of women marching worldwide, I am changed and re-invigorated about our work at Sisterhood Agenda.  This thing was big, much larger than[…]

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Do Women Need a Revolution?

In the U.S., the first annual United State of Women Summit was recently held. Named after Angela Davis, I always believed that the revolution would not be televised.  Lately, I have really been wondering:  who and what is going to make the biggest impact for women and girls around the[…]

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Top 5 Dangers of Mainstream Feminism

“When feminism becomes mainstream, this is great, as long as it includes sisterhood and is not women’s power defined by someone else’s agenda.”  Angela D. Coleman, Founder, Sisterhood Agenda #1:  Worshiping Idols Calling oneself a feminist is a self-identifying label.  It does not have to be true and there is[…]

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Finding Power in the Erotic

Author, poet, activist, sister friend, and much more, I am sure that Audre Lorde was one of the phenomenal women that Maya Angelou references in her famous poem of the same name.  If you like inspired indigenous activism and feminism, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches (Crossing Press Feminist Series) is[…]

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Global Partner Spotlight: Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

Founded by Academy Award-winning actress and advocate Geena Davis, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media promotes education and research to raise awareness about gender issues in media, particularly television and film. Their educational component includes curricula to teach students how to be savvy media consumers.  The institute does[…]

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