Jessica Therkelsen talks about how Asylum Access uses policy advocacy to help refugees access their rights.
Vinit Allen talks about how the Spring of Sustainability event series is important to women’s lives.
Elsa Jacobson talks about the upcoming Chicago Green Festival.
Patricia Bellasalma talks about California NOW’s recent work to discover the gender impact on bills in front of the California Legislature.
Linda Meric talks about 9to5’s great work and why Equal Pay Day is important, especially for women.
Celeste Lilore talks about the upcoming New York Green Festival, which will take place April 20th – 21st, 2013 at the Javits Center!
David Long, Assistant Professor, Chair of the BS Motion Picture Science,School of Film and Animation at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Creating community helps female students avoid being “the only”
Martin Sasseville vous porte à réfléchir et développer vos facultés intellectuelles
Dr. Randall Lewis a top Orthopedic Surgeon from Washington, D.C and continues the conversation on the problems associated with replacement.
Rita continues her conversation with Gary Oliver
Dr. Angie Beltsos talks about what women can do to prevent certain genetic diseases from being passed down to their children.
Phyllis’ journey to creating, as Arthur Frommer says, a welcome travel alternative and valuable asset for women who love to travel.
Dee Wallace is an internationally known actress and healer. She has written 3 books: Conscious Creation, The Big E and Bright Light.
Vaishali fields phone calls from people seeking life management advice.
On this episode of “VforVitality,” Melissa Stewart discusses with Susan how writing is the source of her vitality.
Norma T. Hollis shares what she means by an “authentic voice” and how people can “cash in on their authentic voice.”