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50 Years Later Pay Still Not Equal
Fifty years after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act women are still fighting for fair pay.
Adoption - Becoming Mom
Becoming Mom - a Mother's Day tribute to motherhood and adoption. Happy Mother's Day.
Afghanistan Reads! aims to build literacy rates among Afghan women and girls.
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?
Ban on Women in Combat Lifted After Suit
The military ban on women in combat has created a "brass ceiling" for service women. Colonel Ellen Haring and Command Sgt. Major Jane Baldwin sued the Department of Defense, challenging the constitutionality of the ban. Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta has announced an end to the ban.
Be the Woman You Want to Be
As opportunties for women increase, many of us are still limited by an unwillingness to step outside of the cultural rules governing the "right" way to be a woman.
Beijing Grants First Temporary Protective Order
Kim Lee, an American married to Li Yang, the popular Chinese founder of Crazy English, has been granted a temporary protective order by a Beijing Court. Lee's is the first such order to be granted in Beijing.
Celebrate Life this Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving! This year challenge yourself to make those words matter. Celebrate your extraordinary, ordinary life.
Choosing a Not So Big Life
Susanka offers advice for living with purpose, rather than possessions, as your motivation.
Commission on the Status of Women
The 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women took place in March 2013.
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