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Elisa Parker Speaks at March for Civility in D.C.

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Elisa Parker speaks to a new paradigm that includes all people and redefines power, a power for all and a power with rather than power over. Elisa is a visionary, coalition builder and an activist for

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Elisa Parker Exclusive Interview with Bob Bland, Women’s March Co-Organizer

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“Taking action doesn’t just mean tweeting, it doesn’t mean just creating a Facebook post, it has to be more than that.  We have to get from behind our computer screens and get out and be a part of our

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Elisa Parker with Julia Butterfly Hill & Annette Dunklin: Radical Replenishment & the Courage to Be Yourself

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“It is a profound act of courage to live a life of love.” ~Julie Butterfly Hill “Love yourself in every way you can think of and know how amazing your are.” ~Annette Dunklin In this interview

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See Jane Do: Meryl Streep, Christy Turlington, Eileen Fisher & More Come Together for Women Moving Millions

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Watch what happens when a global ambassador, a comedian, a princess, a filmmaker, a writer and one Meryl Streep along with hundreds of change-makers join together to support women and girls. Women

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Arts for Social Change Jam 2015: Artivists Wanted

Are you an artist who cares about social justice? If so, we hope to meet you this July at the annual Arts for Social Change Jam, a five-day retreat for “artivists” (artist-activists) in the beautiful Santa

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One Billion Rising Nevada County: The Largest Flash Mob in the Sierra

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On Saturday, February 14th, 2015, at 1:00PM, Nevada County will join with women and men around the world for ONE BILLION RISING: A REVOLUTION IN COMPASSION. One Billion Rising is an energy, a platform,

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Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls: Ashley Kuske- Be Yourself, Change the World

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How do you become an active participant in the world as a girl or a woman when you feel so much pressure from external forces.  You change the world by being yourself.  Ashley Kuske, Director of Social

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See Jane Do & Buckminster Fuller Institute: Share Your Brilliance!

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Part of the “I’m a Jane” campaign is embracing that it’s our time  to create new systems rather than lean into broken ones.  Together we are creating the new dream that is fostered through joy and

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What Will it Take to Make a Woman President Featuring Marianne Schnall

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Today we celebrate the first President of the United States, George Washington and the men to follow him. It’s not a far stretch to think within the near future we could be celebrating our first female

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Helen Reddy Continues to Roar for Women

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“Be strong and believe in yourself because we

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1,000 Rise Up in Small Town to End Violence Against Women

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Over 1,000 people participated in One Billion Rising Nevada County Flash Mob to demand an end to violence against women and girls in the small town Grass Valley, CA.  The flash mob was followed by performances, spoken word, music and dance at The Center for the Arts. The Nevada County Coalition of One Billion Rising consists of See Jane Do, ...

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Neil Irvin-Men Who Stop Rape

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“Violence only limits our ability to grow.  Use your strength to inspire, lead and serve others rather than using it to destroy.”~Neil Irvin of Men Who Stop Rape A must for men and boys. Discover the top three things we can do to stop rape. Elisa Parker of See Jane Do interviews Neil Irvin, Executive Director of Men Who Stop ...

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Ana Marie Sanchez: Girl From the Hood Gone Good

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“My message to women is we’re here for you, we hear you and we see you.  We’re banding together and we’re coming.”~Ana Marie Sanchez Elisa Parker interviews best selling author, spiritual counselor and activist Ana Marie Sanchez at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. As a survivor of sexual abuse and domestic violence Ana Marie shares the ...

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Terry Tempest Williams- Finding Your Voice

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“Finding one’s voice is a process of finding one’s passion.”~Terry Tempest Williams Terry Tempest Williams is an award-winning author and activist. Perhaps you’ve been inspired by her books and

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Lydia Olympic: Saving the Salmon

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Meet everyday extraordinary woman, Lydia Olympic. As a tribal activist she is taking the lead to fight the development of a proposed open pit copper mine in her community. Her village just happens

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