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Never too old.

Our founder and Executive Director, Kate Fletcher, is about to turn 75. She's an incredible woman with a fierce passion. … Read More»

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My personal hero is Craig Michael Thomason. Four years ago today, September 6, 2007, he passed away. It was his 31st birthday. He is my personal hero because he taught me to love. … Read More»

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World Pulse: Where Women Speak Aloud

***Dedicated to World Pulse and all the beautiful women associated with it.*** In the immeasurably huge world of the www, there’s a tiny, yet incredible place that a woman can call … Read More»

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Who is your hero?

Hello Listeners! Can you believe that in just three weeks we will begin the 2011 Voices of Our Future Application process?! … Read More»

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My Hero Cynda

She exuded empathy. I felt so comfortable. I had just met her. I told her of my baby boy's vomiting and weight loss. Her caring helped me. … Read More»

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My Kindest hero

I would like to share a story about a person who now is my hero. I met her 6 years ago when I moved to small Canadian town called Thompson. … Read More»

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Out of the Embers of Fear: Aung San Suu Kyi

"Sometimes, in the things we’re called to do, there is a feeling of incompetence and fear of failing; this fear then becomes the strength for doing the work." … Read More»

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my father, my hero

I copied this from my profile page to my journal page, therefore it is showing up again - so for those who have read it already.........sorry for the repetition! … Read More»

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I have been thinking about this for some time, and it really got me to thimk about who my hero really is. … Read More»

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“Nene, someday, you will be a teacher… I can see that. You have the brains… you will be the first teacher in our family. Everyone would be very proud of you.” … Read More»

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