Dorothy Day with her prison dress. In November 1917, Day went to prison for being one of forty women in front of the White House protesting women’s exclusion from the electorate. She’s one of the reasons why you can vote, and a reminder that voting shouldn’t be taken for granted. Find Out More
In celebration of international women’s day Inspiring Rarebirds, #ifshecanIcan asked woman what it means to be an entrepreneur today. International Women’s Day 2016 theme is for Parity. – We have come a long way and we still have a ways to go – how will you #pledgeforparity ? Female Entrepreneurs share what it means for […]
Why am I using the Gender Mind the Gap? Because this month International Women’s Day (March 8th) is about Parity – Gender Equality. Its important for me today as it is an opportunity or me to give back to my fellow humans. Today, it will be announced I have been honored to become a global […]
It is a privilege to be included in this amazing group of humans, who are working to provide a platform where entrepreneurship for women is supported and is a choice… choice is a big word here… Rare Birds invites both parties to the conversation and makes the effort to create a safe welcoming and learning […]
It is imperative that we understand the change needed in society – at a global level. Just because cyber-violence isn’t physical doesn’t mean that it is acceptable – it is a form of bullying, and perpetuates an attitude that becomes an insidious way of thinking. A hacked Facebook account can cost a life in some […]
International Women’s Day is fast approaching on March 8th it calls into focus that the UN states that it will be 2030 before there is true gender equality. “We have shattered so many glass ceilings we created a carpet of shards. Now we are sweeping away the assumptions and bias of the past so women […]
I LOVE this part of my daily read! Quick to the point news on the commute! So if you haven’t seen this yet – check it out! The Skimm and its an enterprise by two amazing female entrepreneurs! Learn more about the founders Carly Zakin and Danielle Weiseberg here.