More Women in the C-Suite, by Star Jones

We educated ourselves. We proved our leadership and value to the business world. We shattered the proverbial glass ceiling. But, the glass pieces are reforming; changing into, what I like to call, a glass dome – high enough for us to rise through the professional ranks, but still clear enough for us to see where there are not enough of us – in the C-Suite.

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Rachel Harding Launches "Remnants" in Baltimore

 

Today we feature a guest post by Rachel Harding, about the launch of Remnants: A Memoir of Spirit, Activism, and Mothering. Harding worked on the book with her mother, Rosemarie Freeney Harding, for a decade and then finished it following her death in 2004.

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From Mayors to Movement, Empowering Women to Lead

Women today represent only 12 percent of mayors of the largest American cities, 10 percent of governors, 19 percent of congressional seats, and 20 percent of senate seats, according to areport from the Center for American Progress. For women of color, these numbers are even lower. Why does this matter?

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VDay: A Moment in the Work to End Violence Against Women

Happy V-Day!

For those who are unfamiliar, “V-Day” is an international effort to raise awareness about violence against women on a holiday when relationships and love are at the forefront of our consciousness— Valentine’s Day.

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