What will it take for women to achieve equality in society? Tune in to learn how women in the U.S. can not only reclaim the inherent power that is bestowed upon them by God, but the power that is afforded them by way of the United States Constitution.
In recent news, a mob of 28 people recently stoned a pregnant woman to death for marrying against her family’s wishes. Hundreds of schoolgirls were kidnapped and were likely sent into slave trade. A female student was gang raped inside a moving public bus. These horrific acts are not anomalies, but consistent with the ongoing mistreatment of women around this world.
Dr. Laura Riley's new book, Tell Me of Brave Women, is an exciting contemporary novel that shares the story of three dynamic women who stand up to old traditions and fight abuse in new ways. Through escalating dangers, the three heroic women battle abuse and wage their lives for liberty and find refuge in a secret society. These stories will inspire you to battle injustice of all kinds against women.
Laura received her B.A. from UCLA, and her M.A. and PhD. degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California. As a psychotherapist, lecturer and teacher, she has helped battered women become achieving women for more than three decades. Studying the status of women in eighty-nine countries, she's met survivors of violence everywhere and believes that abuse will only end when women unite against it.
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Dr. Laura's book is also available on Amazon.