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Remembering Gerda Lerner
Gerda Lerner, historian, professor and author died at the age of 92. Lerner is credited with the creation of Women's Studies programs. She founded the first program as a professor at Sarah Lawrence College.
Cultivating Kindness to End Community Violence
A 23 year old medical student was brutally beaten and gang raped in New Delhi, India. She died two weeks later. Cultivating kindness in kids, and nurturing it in adults, may be one piece of the puzzle when it comes to ending cruelty and violence.
South Korea Elects First Female President
South Korea elected Park Geun-hye as their first female president. Her election makes history although her path to power is thought to be owed to her father, Park Chung-hee.
Bad Things Happen to Good People
We know that bad things happen to good people. How do we move forward with this knowledge, without being bitter or giving up on the goodness and blessings a life lived with gratitude has to offer?
Time Saving Tips
There never seem to be enough hours in the day, especially during the holiday season. These time saving tips can help you streamline your schedule and even knock a few things off your to do list without guilt.
Warning Signs of Domestic Violence
Kasandra Perkins was shot and killed by her boyfriend and 3 month-old daughter's father. Javon Belcher, a player for the Kansas City Chiefs also took his own life. Although this is a high profile case, the sad truth is that domestic violence impacts women next door and around the world.
Tips for Family Health
Diabetes and obesity have reached alarming rates. Small lifestyle changes can help protect your family from the complications of chronic illness and improve your quality of life, too.
Celebrate Life this Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving! This year challenge yourself to make those words matter. Celebrate your extraordinary, ordinary life.
New Hampshire Elects all Female Delegation
New Hampshire elects the first ever all female delegation in the United States. This first bodes well for women in our ongoing struggle for equality.
Tips for Cross-Cultural Mentoring
Human beings are complex individuals. No matter the person or the circumstance, there is far more than what meets the eye to consider. You are more likely to enjoy a richly developed mentoring relationship, even across cultures,when you recognize your unique differences.
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