"Voices" for "Voiceless" women, young girls, boys & men on "female empowerment"
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VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE promotes and unites "strong voices" for "voiceless" women, young girls and boys, with men's suppoer united !
"STRONG VOICES" FOR & OF THE "VOICELESS" ================================================= Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. Author | Jungian Analyst | Activist Dear Friends -- jean.jpg "Activism and individuation (to find a meaningful, inner directed, chosen life-path) come together when the choices we make express who we are and who we are becoming. Once we believe that there is a purpose to life and that we have a soul, then what we do with our life, matters. Archetypes, dreams and synchronicities provide depth and direction, especially during times of transition when one phase of life shifts into the next. When soul and purpose come together, when we follow a path with heart, then we are on course. January 21, 2017 – Washington, D.C. - The Womens March on Washington - March begins at 10am at the intersection of Independence Avenue and 3rd Street SW www.womensmarch.com https://www.facebook.com/events/2169332969958991/ http://www.jeanshinodabolen.com/?utm_campaign=website&utm_source=sendgrid.com&utm_medium=email ================================================ =================================================
Women's March on Washington organizers Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour. Photo via Tamika Mallory.March with us in Washington D.C.! Please join the Nobel Women’s Initiative, JASS and Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams on January 21st for the Women’s March on Washington as part of our growing contingent of bold women marching for peace, justice and equality. The impact of the new Trump administration and its policies will be felt across the globe — including very directly by grassroots women and women-led organizations in the Global South. We believe in the power of grassroots collective action — and that women’s voices and movements are the key to sparking change. We invite you to march with us to show the world that when we are bold, women transform the world! Join us in Washington: Meeting Place: Corner of 4th Street and Jefferson Street, outside the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, Washington D.C. Meeting Times: Saturday, January 21st — 9:30 AM for the rally or 12:30 PM for the march. Rally: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM March: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Further logistical information can be found on the Women's March FAQ page. Join our Facebook event for the Nobel Women’s Initiative/JASS contingent here. If you don't live in Washington, you can visit the Women’s March website to find a sister march in your city. =========================================================
VOWW STRONG VOICES FOR & OF THE "VOICELESS"
ACTIVE MEMBERS ... INTERACTING ...BLOGGING
MONTH OF JANUARY 2017 VISTORS ...
Dr. Ada Okika Okika-New York from NIGERIA
Adah Mbah-Bamenda, CAMEROON
Anne Edelstam-Sweden via Paris FRANCE
Anne Phelan-Chicago, IL, USA
Catherine Sarah Hislop-Coventry, UK
Cecilia W. Yu, Hong Kong, SAR & Melbourne, UK
Ouedraogo/Zoungrana Lucie-Burkina Faso, WEST AFRICA
Christina Andersson - Brussels, BELGIUM via SWEDEN
Cynthia Revesz-New York, USA
Christine Aziz-Bournemouth, UK
Dianne Johnson-Wisconsin, USA
Mr. Edward Noria-Texas-USA, from VENZUVELA
Elisabeth Popp Sambleben-Copenhagen, DENMARK
Evelyn Vandhana-Western, SRI LANKA
Dr. Janet Smith Warfield-Sarasota-FL, USA
Karen Moller (USA on way to PANAMA)
Kirsten Sue-Los Angeles-CA, USA
Mr. Krishna Kumar-New Delhi, INDIA
Linda L. Sechrist-Saint Petersburg, FL-USA
Mahrukh Chikliwala-Mumbai, INDIA
Marie-Anne Delahaut - Namur, Wallonia, BELGIUM
Nina Weatherill-Hartlepool, UK
Mr. Noorahmed, Mirpurkhas, PAKISTAN
Noreen McMillan-Ontario, CANADA
Pamela Timmons-New York, USA
Patricia Fitzgerald-Mayne Island, CANADA
Peggy Kelsey-Austin-TX, USA
Mr. Rana Ehtisham Rabbani-Lahore, PAKISTAN
Refilwe Remmonye Sorinyane-Gaborone, BOTSWANA)
Sabina Huelss-Genève, SWITZERLAND
Sarah Elisabeth-New York, USA
Sharon Mijares - Nevada City, CA-USA
Sharon Mather, Victoria - AUSTRALIA
Sharyn Ginyard-Philadelphia, USA
Shellie L Robinson-Bangor-ME, USA
Susan Olmstead - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
Tamarack Verrall-Montreal, CANADA
Tania Nicolau-Curtea de Arges-ROMANIA
Tenzin Tseyang - Somerville MA-USA via TAIWAN
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