Where women transform the world
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Started Dec 17, 2012
Started this discussion. Last reply by Eryka Peskin Nov 3, 2012.
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Today is International Women's Day and the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma.
It's a powerful and weighty day.
We at the Red Tent Women's Project are continually inspired by the courage that the civil rights marchers showed and continue to show, and same for women all over the world, working towards a world where all are valued and equal, regardless of gender, race, class, and everything else that is used to divide and disconnect us.
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Posted on February 5, 2013 at 9:48am
Posted on November 4, 2012 at 10:30pm
It’s time for all of us to work smarter, harder, and more courageously!
For those of you on the Red Tent Women’s Project newsletter list, you’ve already received information about one of the Red Tent’s new projects:
Encouraging and supporting all of us in being our best selves by creating a group where we cheer each other on and give concrete assistance to one another.
We’re calling this the “Smarter, Harder, Courageously!” group (SHC, for…Continue
Posted on January 9, 2012 at 5:40pm — 1 Comment
How exciting that these women have been recognized for their fights against injustice, dictatorship and violence against women!
A brief excerpt from an article in the Huffington Post:
Three women who fought injustice, dictatorship and sexual violence in Liberia and Yemen accepted the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize on Saturday, calling on repressed women worldwide to rise up against male supremacy.
"My sisters, my daughters, my friends – find your voice," Liberian…Continue
Posted on December 11, 2011 at 10:48am