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Now Accepting Submissions for Exhibiting You

NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS … Read More»

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VOF Week 2: (But Then Someone Said)

When I was a kid, I quickly realized that I was different – and not in a good way. I was different in that I really liked to wear my shoes on my head. … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: Cautious Excitement for Web 2.0

I am cautious about saying that Web 2.0 revolutionizes the way we do feminist work around the globe. But it certainly adds an exciting element. … Read More»

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Self Love as Activism

It is so radical to attend a protest, event, workshop or lead some progressive movement. Even internet activism through blogging is something that you may think is radical. … Read More»

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We Are The World

it is midnight in Nigeria, where I live in FESTAC town Lagos, we have light just for one hour at the middle of the night so if I want to work without the small generator's noise and the cost for fuel … Read More»

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VIDEO FOR CHANGE

WITNESS (www.witness.org) uses the power of video to open the eyes of the world to human rights abuses. By partnering with local organizations around the globe, WITNESS … Read More»

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Inspiring Mother Activism

Here's something to inspire and nourish your activism -- The 2009 Mothers Acting Up Calendar and Guide for Advocating on Behalf of the World's Children. … Read More»

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An Interview with Deep Ecologist Joanna Macy on "Coming Back from Activist Burnout"

I thought this was fitting for the Listen To Your Own Pulse: Tools for Balance and Self-care group! From Yoga+Joyful Living Magazine: Coming Back from Activist Burnout … Read More»

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Follow Through for Rosemary:

http://beta.pulsewire.net/node/2103 This is to keep track of information so that I can more easily follow through with plans to write letters of support. … Read More»

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Idealist Article: Staying Healthy and Sane While Working for Change

All at the same time, Jen Chau was running her own nonprofit, working 45 hours a week at another organization, starting a small business, and taking three classes. … Read More»

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