Women defying stereotypes and speaking their minds and views as they are. See what Kavita Ramdas has to say about that.
Susan Davis started her activism to help the poor in Bangladesh. She eventually learned that she needed her activism back home in America too. See what she learned from Bangladesh and how she applied it in America.
Thank you to Rewire for this lovely feature alongside some incredible women making waves in politics, science & business just in time for Women’s History Month!
Religion and women’s rights? Indeed possible! See what Jamia Wilson has to say about that.
“This vulnerability we have to violence is so connected to the vulnerability that we face in the economy, and the fact that we don’t have access to jobs that help us pay the bills and raise our kids, how can we be safe and secure for ourselves and our families?” Ai-jen Poo
“Women have so much to offer us, especially in terms of their imagination and what this different future would look like.” —Kavita Ramdas
There is an energetic shift happening that is bringing us all to the table where we can co-create a different future.” -Mallika Dutt founder of @Breakthrough https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5DFYvMXec0&feature=youtu.be
“With #MosqueMeToo I hope we’re able to end this silencing and shaming of women who’ve been exposed to violence and abuse in sacred spaces and say that look, my body is sacred too.” #WomensHistoryMonth #MeToo
Watch as I discuss what it means to be a fearless activist with Malika Dutt of Breakthrough.