The Equal Rights Amendment: what you didn’t know

The Equal Rights Amendment: what you didn’t know

Did you know that the Equal Rights Amendment is not yet fully a part of the U.S. Constitution? The National Equal Rights Amendment Alliance and hundreds other ERA organizations nationwide are and have been for almost 100 years at fairly steady work to amend the U.S. Constitution since the ERA was first written in 1923 to guarantee that women and girls are treated equally with men and boys in the U.S.A. continue reading →
Mama Wimbi: Women Making Waves 

Mama Wimbi: Women Making Waves 

Penny Vos, in Cooma, regional New South Wales, Australia, is the Vice President of the international partnership organization Solidareca Bonvolo. Her initiative Mama Wimbi supports women artisans, students, and their communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. continue reading →
Leading by Mandala

Leading by Mandala

Women’s leadership is the emergent idea that leadership is about co-creating a new story for the world during a time of radical transformation in Earth history. The old myths and images that sustained us in earlier periods are no longer serving us during this time of breakdown of the old and uncertainty about the future. continue reading →
Feminine Leadership

Feminine Leadership

There is no simple way to “declare” our leadership to be feminist. Instead, feminist leadership is born of struggle and remains precarious. Internally, the struggle is to free ourselves from notions, perspectives, feelings, habits, and even desires we have internalized through patriarchal socialization. continue reading →