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2013 VOF Week 2 The Journey that Lead Me to World Pulse!

My story begins from an angry place. Growing up I was exposed to violence, chaos, abuse, date rape, and drugs. It was a combination of extremes. Love existed, as did neglect and trauma. … Read More»

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My journey to World Pulse: Forever in my memory

Wao! It is yet another opportunity given me to share another story… … Read More»

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This is My Story; Our Journey; Our Place

Hey everyone! I wanted to try writing a poem but I'm not very good at writing poems or rhyming. So please don't mind if it's not the best! … Read More»

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Rights and status of women

It is not enough to pass laws, but they should still soent applied. The struggle of African women is primarily in the legal field, including employment. … Read More»

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Engaging the Force to Exhale

We continue to shout, to scream and dance we are resilient and strong in the midst of adversity until our Voices are heard, until there is significant change we refuse to stop … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: Uduak

About Me: … Read More»

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When I observe/hear of a relationship where the man becomes the predator and the woman the prey; then I often ask myself- what happened to the marriage VOWS- TO LOVE AND TO CHERISH? … Read More»

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On your mark...

The long awaited day had come, A bubbly crowd of women from different parts of the community, Grinning from ear to ear, The excitement was palpable. Chuckles rent the air as the ribbon was cut, … Read More»

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Title – “Journey Together for a Common Cause”

I, Minakshi, belong to India, am working for the economic empowerment of women. … Read More»

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In the past , some communities regarded women merely as baby making machines and they were the care takers of their families as they will be the ones to cultivate crops to feed their families, sell s … Read More»

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