Global Fund for Women
National Women’s History Month is over…and I’m exhausted. So many events, so many conversations, so little time. So what’s
"Radial Love: Female Lust" features 48 women artists from around the world interpreting ancient poetry.
From the 'Burkini Ban' to U.S. Olympic Fencer Ibithaj Muhammad: Changing the Conversation on Muslim Women
The notion that Muslim women need outside guidance in order to dress appropriately--and I dare any of you to say that to Ibithaj Muhammad's face--is one of countless belittling attitudes about Muslim women that I hoped to challenge in the global exhibition I curated for Global Fund for Women.
I am so inspired by Berta and other resilient women around the world who passionately stand up for human rights, who stand on the front lines and defend their communities, despite the target that work puts on their backs.
International Women's Day is coming up on Tuesday, March 8 is International Women's Day and it is time to take a look at where we are.
Despite well-meaning political declarations, the achievement of basic human rights is far from reality for too many women around the world.
"Entrepreneurial women tend to hide behind the paperwork, instead of just jumping in, feet first. Just do it! At first, I started down that rabbit hole and realized: What am I spending my time and energy and money for?"
From the Internet to mobile phones, technology enables us to connect with each other and the world around us in new and innovative ways. Yet there is a serious gender gap when it comes to technological access, literacy, and influence.
We are told that Thomas Edison's search for the filament of the light bulb succeeded only after more than 6,000 failures. Today, start-ups hear the message that failure and experimentation are the route to innovation and, ultimately, success.
If it's true that in life we are known by the company we keep, why not expand that company after death? Especially if you've kept remarkably good company.