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Initially i was not sure about the World Plus as my network with out side world is very limited. I was involved seriously in telangana movement, a regional movement for self rule, identity and culture. I started writing for myself, one of my friend started uploading all my write ups and slowly i also managed to do so. I am also part of many struggles related to land, environment, women, oppressed sections etc. I see women actively participating and their stories are not published anywhere, no one look at their participation and give any recognition. They are the victims of circumstances. Ofcourse, the story is not different to me. I do face discrimination in every stage. When i saw about this site, some how i felt that i will definitely learn more and do write about different things, participation of women, their world. I always mention about the world, new world, our world etc because i believe women need a separate place to live, this world dont understand them or women need to crate a world where they dont feel discrimination at all.

When i read about the first assignment, specially media and empowerment i was really excited, knowing about the tags, post, online and offline etc. These are all words i have been seeing and do not no much about them, many times i just use or some times i feel shy to ask about it or often i dont find time to sit with some one to learn. I am glad that i have joined in this group, am already feeling new and this is the first step towards empowerment. The motivation, interest always gives energy, new thoughts to write something. Yes, it is different how we right, good or bad, whether any one can understand or not but the first step begins with starting, writing! Keep doing!

I am enjoying this women's web world, the place where we can learn and share things, know about other stories. My passion is to know more and more about writing stories and document all the stories which do not take place in mainstream media. WE make our own history and our own world. We design and deliver the right things about us. We dont need to feel bad about not seeing our stories, our activities, our we have our own place, speaking the truth without fear, inhibition.

Lets begin our journey! its our world, the web world, empowered world.

Thank you,


zoneziwoh's picture

Tag : 2011 VOF Week 1

Hello dear, I just wanted to comment on the tag - you have not tagged ur assignment. You can go to edit and in the space exactly below your title, you will find the tag and inside, write '2011 VOF week 1'and save / submit your article. nothing will change--it will only help your other sisters to see your article and comment. and that will be the routine for any article, you tag 2011 VOF Week 2, 3...

take care

Stay Blessed



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sallyreb's picture

Voices of Our Future Essay


I am so happy that you are participating in Voices of Our Future! I loved reading your essay. Let's begin the journey!

I can tell you are excited about web 2.0 and really want to learn and connect. I am so glad you found WorldPulse. This is a good place to learn more about web 2.0 and to connect with other women. Do not be afraid to ask questions about tags, posts and other words that you see but do not yet know exactly what they mean.

I love that your passion is to know more about writing stories and that you want to document all the stories that do not get told in main stream media. I love people's stories and I think that is really important that we listen and tell the stories, that we share women's experiences and learn from one another. Keep writing and follow your passion!

I am looking forward to reading more stories from you! Keep doing!!

Thanks for sharing,

Sally Peters
Where I was born and where and how I have lived is unimportant. It is what I have done with where I have been that should be of interest. ~ Georgia O’Keeffe

CourtneyWilson's picture

Well done!

I love your enthusiasm to learn and work with Web 2.0. I look forward to hearing about how your experience with WorldPulse has benefited you and your area of work, especially with the Telangana movement.

I hope you can use what you have learned and pass it on to inspire and encourage others to have a voice and make a difference.

Kind regards,
Voices of Our Future volunteer

jap21's picture

Hi sujatha

I am so glad you found World Pulse. I always call it the Temple of Freedom. I look forward to reading more of you.



Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America

Suzi's picture

Thank you

Hi Jackie,

Thanks a lot..i wish, i will be part of this Freedom group.



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