Monthly Archives: September 2010

Red Carpet Premiere: Arielle Emmett

My first recollection of nonviolent struggle came when I was about six years old. My father, a New York City actor who also was an advertising genius, was standing in a Long Island supermarket handing out candy canes and pamphlets … Continue reading

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Red Carpet Premiere: Rachel Lynch

I come from the first U.S. generation that has only known the world through the eyes of the internet — a generation that is continually questioning institutional norms, that extends adolescence well into the late twenties, and refuses to follow … Continue reading

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Red Carpet Premiere: Anne Marie Codur

La femme est l’avenir de l’homme…Woman is the future of mankind. I remember this line from a famous song by Jean Ferrat, one of the most celebrated French poets and songwriters of the last half-century who passed away earlier this … Continue reading

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Red Carpet Premiere: Lu Ortiz

Mexico City, Mexico — In Women’s Hands was created at a moment when we digital women activists galvanized around two simple questions: Will the Internet be a fairer, freer and more balanced means to participate nonviolently in the social struggles … Continue reading

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Red Carpet Premieres

We want to be happy for women’s political leadership…we really, really do. But when one sees a rise in women who attract their supporters through metaphors that liken women to the second largest land carnivore in the U.S. or to … Continue reading

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