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As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we are thankful for another year of power, spirit, and the vision for a more equitable future in the face of a system and political leaders who try to convince us otherwise. Today (and every day) we amplify the voices of the mentors who guide our creative visions, those …
I am preparing to fly to CA to offer a keynote at the Central Coast Women’s Symposium in San Luis Obispo on March 10, for their annual convening and celebration of International Women’s Day. I’m grateful for this invitation from host Laura Grace, Ph.D, (who is also a Jungian therapist), as it signifies to …
Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman sheds light on the proliferation of untruth in media (#fakenews) and why reclaiming independent media will be the saving grace of democracy and modern journalism.
Authentic leadership is the best way to effectively lead collaborative groups toward transformational change. Learn how to get started.
A conversation more than 15 years ago at a Bioneers Conference sparked the formation of what has become CodePink: a grassroots organization of unreasonable women.
In October 2016, before Trump was elected, Eve Ensler gave a visionary call at the Bioneers conference for men to put ending rape culture front and center in their lives and work.
Bioneers cofounder Nina Simons tells the story of her journey toward fostering her passion and building a community of women in leadership.
Eve Ensler’s memoir, “In the Body of the World,” is the story of her struggle with cancer and resultant new perspective of her body.
By Polly Howells In this hemisphere, in our world, winter 2015, it is a dark time, both physically and politically. It is tempting to go into despair, to give up struggling. This is the 12th year that I’m joining my collaborators Janice Rous and Jean Esther (that's us in the photo, right) to offer a …