In short, the injustice of mass incarceration is something everyone should be aware of and talking about. The impact it is having not only on inmates but also on their partners and families is a discussion we cannot continue to leave out.
This October, it is time we recognize the intersection of domestic violence and work-life issues. An effective national policy on domestic violence must understand the impact this epidemic has on the workplace, including the problems for both employees and employers, some of which result from the structure of the workplace itself.
Making a commitment to your own development is the first step on the path to living your personal legend. As you increase of your sense of self you increase your overall success in life.
It's okay to be weird. Here's why.
I believe that we have the power to turn every blow in life into a blessing -- if only we replace the feeling of failure with our openness to learn.
In your vulnerability is your strength. This is the secret of the feminine. As women, we may not realize the POWER of our position. We have been ta...
I will never be "stacked" or voluptuous, nor athletic and "ripped," but I accept that. This is me and after 30 years, I embrace it with confidence.
In August, I held the first 'Act 2 ... Now What?' seminar for women over 50. It was an amazing afternoon of women remembering their long-lost passions and vowing to get their fire back.
The very simple, little brick building greeted me when I pulled into the parking lot. A single door was wide open, patiently waiting to welcome the guests that would be arriving shortly.
Since my GOP friends don't seem to understand how an OB-GYN appointment actually works, let me explain: Planned Parenthood and other primary care providers offer life-saving breast cancer screenings.
A young boy may voice his desire to be a nurse, or a girl may share her aspirations of exploring outer space -- but what happens to these early goals as the years go by?
Now is the time to move forward with greater commitment than ever to ensuring that women and girls - and their sexual and reproductive health and rights - are at the center of U.S. policies at home and abroad.
I was thinking today how it's never too late to learn new skills that could move you forward or make your life easier. In today's world and with the fast pace of technology and social media it's more important than ever to embrace technology to stay relevant.
Nations are built upon the grace, perseverance and strength that women bring to the table. Denying a young girl the opportunity to make her own empowered choices greatly diminishes the power of a country to develop successfully.
While defunding Planned Parenthood won't make the slightest difference in my everyday life, it could dramatically impact already-marginalized women and negatively affect our economy. Here's why.
The concept of second-shift motherhood is not a new idea and unfortunately is not changing as rapidly as it should.