They discussed how Boston had the first civil rights movement, and the abolition movement, and how the women’s rights movement evolved from that, the school busing situation which caused much distress.
Beyond her accomplishments in the beauty industry, Karen is a TEDxTalk Speaker and the founder of Bad Ass Clothing, Inc., a clothing line with a noble mission: supporting children with ADHD.
It’s packed with practical facts, tips, and advice, and covers everything from identifying the problem, committing to taking action, and legal/custody battles to navigating a co-parenting relationship with a hostile spouse.
Betsy also discussed safety tips and some stranger danger tips that you should teach your children.
With firsthand accounts from some of the most successful and influential beauty icons in the industry, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in pursuing a career in beauty or looking to take their current career to the next level
We all want the same things for ourselves and our families which are food, shelter, employment, safety, and a sense of belonging.
Here is a suggestion for the WNBA to set up a hotline for players and set up an internal affairs department for each team.
Lillian Cauldwell spoke from her personal experiences of what she experienced in the workplace and how she noticed the difference in behaviors between male and female workers. Plus the Queen Bee Syndrome
This show starts a new series honoring International Women’s Month! This new series will be on different topics concerning women. Today’s show is “Human Trafficking “.
Lori discusses how she came up with the book title, why she started journaling her experiences as a caregiver for her parents, and the work she is doing to help caregivers. Lori discusses how journaling can help people face their emotions when given the…