Archive for March, 2012
Some of the complexities surrounded by race are due to lack of cultural and race education that have been missing in our world education system for too long. We learn more about wars than we learn about peace, how people live and why. We need to change the way we think in a globalized world by accepting what’s different from what we used to at times. “The crucial thing is we tend to look at people from other groups and stereotype.” Racism isn’t a disease, it is a natural sin we born into”— David Brooks. Only you know if you were born into a sin or not and CHANGE it. The death of Trayvon Martin brought us together to fight for justice, justice we all believe America will bring. This tragedy is an indication that America as we know it learned a lesson since Emmett Till brutal killing.
Our ancestors Dreamed for today. We are dreamers for today, tomorrow and a 2016 woman for America & the world
Last night I came across a very nice gentleman. After few exchanges, I handed him my card. He asked if I was a feminist. I asked, what’s your definition of a feminist? He responded by saying “women who are for women progression, justice and rights and so on.” I responded by saying YES, and I think everyone should too and he agrees. He asked do I believe Secretary Hillary Rodham should run in 2016. The answer is I love Hillary, she has fought for all of us; however I do not believe she should run.
Women, if the soul of the nation is to be saved, I believe that you must become its soul. Coretta Scott King
The media has a powerful influence over how society views women as well as how women perceive themselves. The Women’s Media Center, founded in 2005 by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan and Gloria [...]
To many of us take for granted the basics, being who we are (women), living where we are and more importantly using our voices to feel and be free. In many parts of the world women do not have some of the basic things that you and I take for granted.
Snowe has decided to look ahead. You and I have to work hard to put another woman in her place.
Snowe was a product of two parents who immigrated to the US. She has lived her dream and made a difference for you and I. We need a woman, who can stand for what congress woman Snowe stood for. She stood for self-determination in my opinion. All of us need her self-determination to make decisions not only for our own, but all of us. If you are a woman who believes in FREE SPEECH, this is your time to speak up and let the world hear you wherever you are by voting for the next woman.
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