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Ellen Gee highlights the career of Jackie "Moms" Mabley on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective on Blog Talk Radio in celebration of Women's History Month.
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Topic: Women's History Month
Historian Gerda Lerner has said that “Everything that explains the world has in fact explained a world that does not exist, a world in which men are at the center of the human enterprise and women are at the margin "helping" them. Such a world does not exist -- never has"
For Women’s History Month we have been sharing posts and pictures in our social media network of women that many of us had never heard of before.
What Did Women Do in the Past? Why Don’t We Ever Hear About Them?
Join us as we talk about significant women who should be remembered as frequently as other historical figures are that fought to make things better for our generation and beyond.
March is Women's History Month and The Strategy Sessions radio show salutes the contributions of Michele Unangst, Founder of Get My Mom a Job. She will talk about her path to entrepreneurship, how she became an expert on telecommuting career opportunities, and how Get My Mom a Job is helping thousands of women realize their career goals.
Listen live to our interview with Michele Unangst on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. ET, who joins us from her office in Arizona.To view The Strategy Sessions #FBQuestionOfTheWeek, visit www.facebook.com/TheStrategySessions.
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March Madness continues as Women's History Month delves deep into the third week. As women we are known as multi-taskers. We are the daughter, mother, wife, caretaker, grandmother, aunt etc.; and there's a commonality in each position and that is one of leadership. Whether an activist, educator or CEO a woman has the ability to give life to a family, a community and even a generation of leaders. However, many times the leading lady is bleeding. There's a silent cry that's been muffled far to long. Often it begins in childhood and the wounds run deep into womanhood. Come journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews Dr.Aminata Njeri Gill Executive Vice President of the Bryant Educational Leadership Group and one of the visionaries behind the African American Student Leadership Experience.
March Madness is here, but it's also Women's History Month. Discover who was Perpetua and Felicity? The rebel with a cause Joan of Arc; and who in the world was Apostle Margery Kempe? Come journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews Apostle Dr. Lee Ann Marino, author of Surrounded by So Great Cloud of Witnesses to discover these remarkable women who were the game changers in biblical history.
With one more week to celebrate EVERYTHING about Women--join Hand and Footprints host, Rikki R. Jones and talk about what YOU have done thus far to celebrate , what will you be doing the remainder of the month & what does WOMEN's History Month mean to you!
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March is Women's History Month: a time for celebrating women of character, courage, and commitment. So we have the perfect guest for you! Norma Yaeger, age 83, long considered to be "feisty and funny" is also the first woman to ever walk the floor of the NYSE. We'll be talking with her about the opportunities women have now that did not exist for them in the 1960s.
Coming of age in New York in the mid 20th century, when even educated women were expected to marry, have children and keep house, Norma bucked the trends and went to Bernard Baruch College and the NY Institute of Finance. She then did what was expected of women then: she got married, had children and deferred to her husband, when he failed to provide, she not only stepped-up but she stepped out and became a stockbroker.
Norma reminds us at the heart of the women’s movement is the underlying concept that women, as citizens, professionals, athletes and soldiers, were as valuable as men. The Women’s Movement today seems to revolve around abortion rights and birth control pills. But she reminds us that its roots meant much more to America. From the right to vote, to the right to work, to the right to privacy, the cultural and legal battles continue now even in the 21st Century.
In 1962, Norma became the first woman enrolled in the prestigious Hornblower & Weeks stockbroker training program; and as a trainee she demanded and got equal pay and was hired as a licensed broker at Hornblower & Weeks as the only woman on their Management Advisory Board. Upon moving to California, Norma soon opened her own firm and began lecturing throughout the United States giving advice to women starting careers and investing. She did all of this while raising five children. Norma has a written her first book "Breaking Down the Walls," available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. www.NormaYaeger.com
This episode we take a look back at the women who paved the way for us to get here. Women who dared to call their own shots, dared to be different, and had no qualms about it. If you know a great woman to be soluted - Call us and shout her out! It can be your mom, your aunt, your grandma. This is the month long celebration of women, womanhood, our strength, and our ability to make something out of nothing when we were told we couldn't.
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As March Madness continues so does Women's History Month. Can secrets ever remain buried? How far is to far for the paprazzi to delve into the lives of a pastor and his family? Here we're introduced to Pastor Jonathan & First Lady Lenora Freeman. Is it possible to rise above the past? Can Lenora find within her spirit to arise above her secrets that's been, or so she thought, so well guarded? Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews Christian author Tyora Moody about her latest release When Perfection Fails.
Synopsis: Behind the scenes, Jonathan struggles with his role as pastor of a megachurch while Lenora grows increasingly and uncharacteristically distant. A number of odd and tragic incidents push her further away from the love of her life and the façade of perfection begins to crack.
March is designated as National Women History Month. American women have led movements for social and economic justice, made groundbreaking scientific discoveries, enriched our culture with stunning works of art and literature, and charted bold directions in our foreign policy.
During Women's History Month, we recognize the victories, struggles, and stories of the women who have made our country what it is today.
This month, we are reminded that even in America, freedom and justice have never come easily. As part of a centuries-old and ever-evolving movement, countless women have put their shoulder to the wheel of progress
Please join my special guests Monteral Harrell-Climmons and Doris Lloyd. Monteral Harrell is an educator in the Tangiphaoa Parish School System. She has volunteered her time to mentoring and tutoring children in reading.
After the 42 years my childhood friend Doris and I reconnected and we want to share our journey.evolving movement, countless women have put their shoulder to the wheel of progress.
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