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If wealth was the inevitable result of hard work and enterprise, every woman in Africa would be a millionaire.

If wealth was the inevitable result of hard work and enterprise, every woman in Africa would be a millionaire.

Alicia Keys on Sharing Her Voice: Artists Have an Obligation to Give People Other Perspectives  Alicia Keys has always spoken her mind and fought for the causes she believes in. A recipient of BETs Humanitarian Award shes a passionate philanthropist womens rights advocate and co-founder of the non-profit organizations Keep a Child Alive (which provides medicine to families with HIV and AIDS in Africa) and We Are Here (a millennials-focused activism coalition). ...

Alicia Keys on Sharing Her Voice: Artists Have an Obligation to Give People Other Perspectives Alicia Keys has always spoken her mind and fought for the causes she believes in. A recipient of BETs Humanitarian Award shes a passionate philanthropist womens rights advocate and co-founder of the non-profit organizations Keep a Child Alive (which provides medicine to families with HIV and AIDS in Africa) and We Are Here (a millennials-focused activism coalition). ...

Her Story: Angela Davis .  Angela Davis (born 1944) is an activist scholar politician and educator. Born in Birmingham Alabama in an area referred to as Dynamite Hill because so many African American homes in this neighborhood had been bombed over the years by the Ku Klux Klan. Davis is known around the world for her ongoing work to fight all forms of oppression in the U.S. and internationally. .  Davis became politically active as a youngster in Alabama attending civil-rights activities…

Her Story: Angela Davis . Angela Davis (born 1944) is an activist scholar politician and educator. Born in Birmingham Alabama in an area referred to as Dynamite Hill because so many African American homes in this neighborhood had been bombed over the years by the Ku Klux Klan. Davis is known around the world for her ongoing work to fight all forms of oppression in the U.S. and internationally. . Davis became politically active as a youngster in Alabama attending civil-rights activities…

It's estimated that around 125 million women in Africa and the Middle East   have been subjected to female genital mutilation. But, in some places, the   tide is turning. Sofia Barbarani visits the Iraqi village that hopes   to put an end to the practice

It's estimated that around 125 million women in Africa and the Middle East have been subjected to female genital mutilation. But, in some places, the tide is turning. Sofia Barbarani visits the Iraqi village that hopes to put an end to the practice

Karama aims to end all types of violence against women in the Arab region. It mobilizes women’s influence and participation across all instrumental sectors (political, legal and civil activism) to address women’s advancement, security, protection, and participation. Karama works through partners in 13 countries in the Middle East and North Africa through national and regional women networks, to scale communities’ understanding of women’s rights (advocacy) and influence (lobby) governments.

Karama aims to end all types of violence against women in the Arab region. It mobilizes women’s influence and participation across all instrumental sectors (political, legal and civil activism) to address women’s advancement, security, protection, and participation. Karama works through partners in 13 countries in the Middle East and North Africa through national and regional women networks, to scale communities’ understanding of women’s rights (advocacy) and influence (lobby) governments.

The average distance that women in Africa and Asia walk to collect water is six kilometers.

The average distance that women in Africa and Asia walk to collect water is six kilometers.

“If wealth was the inevitable result of hard work and enterprise, every woman in Africa would be a millionaire.”  ― George Monbiot

“If wealth was the inevitable result of hard work and enterprise, every woman in Africa would be a millionaire.” ― George Monbiot

Wangari Maathai - She was the first female African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. She was a women's rights activist and a peace activist in Kenya best known for starting the Green Belt Movement which helped almost 900,000 women in rural Kenya and planted over 30 million trees.

Wangari Maathai - She was the first female African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. She was a women's rights activist and a peace activist in Kenya best known for starting the Green Belt Movement which helped almost 900,000 women in rural Kenya and planted over 30 million trees.

Empty Hands, A Memoir: One Woman's Journey to Save Children Orphaned by AIDS in South Africa (Sacred Activism) by Sister Abega Ntleko http://www.amazon.com/dp/1583949321/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_n3cmwb06BPF80

Empty Hands, A Memoir: One Woman's Journey to Save Children Orphaned by AIDS in South Africa (Sacred Activism) by Sister Abega Ntleko http://www.amazon.com/dp/1583949321/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_n3cmwb06BPF80

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