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Fighting Against Violence-What To Do

Fighting Against Violence What To Do Sisterhood Agenda

When fighting against violence, you, dear sister, need to know what to do.

At Sisterhood Agenda, our Global Sisterhood Directory is full of women’s organizations that identify issues of importance and share critical resources to address violence against women and children.

If you are one of the women who are experiencing abuse,[…]

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Asian Hate – What Can You Do To Stop It?

There have been many incidents of Asian hate reported recently in the United States and it’s mostly been perpetrated against elderly citizens, primarily females. One incident in New York City sparked great public outrage and went viral.  The gruesome incident was caught on camera in front of the building where it happened on the 360 West 43rd Street building.


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Disasters and Horrible Effects on Women

Disasters and their effects on women are not often explored or discussed. Many of us, our friends and families, are being affected.  After doing my research, there is no doubt that women are more affected by disasters than men.

For example, after Cyclone Nargis in 2008, 61 percent of fatalities in Myanmar were women. 


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Sisters Netcare Service-Fighting Against The Abuse of Women & Children

Sisters Netcare Service (SNS) is a Sisterhood Agenda global partner listed in our Global Sisterhood Directory.

SNS is a church-related, non-profit, community-based organization that fights against the abuse of the rights of women and children.

Moreover, they conduct livelihood training workshops for women from poverty-stricken homes in three villages of Ghana: Mampong,


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The Powerful Effect of The #MeToo Movement

The #MeToo movement has changed the way we feel about sexual assault and harassment, the way we report sexual abuse and crimes, the way the entertainment industry functions, and the way we do business.  These changes, pervasive and long-lasting, help everyone.

What is the #MeToo movement?

The #MeToo movement was started by Tarana Burke. 


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