Month: February 2016

30 Women Who Could Change Afghanistan

Mina's List workshop

Mina’s List’s 5-day Empowerment Workshops for its Afghan Pilot Project were a tremendous success.

Posted in Blog, Mina's List

Why We Are So Much More Than Our Labels

One of the women on our speakers bureau, storytelling and human rights activist Clemantine Wamariya, was recently invited to speak at the Virginia Holocaust Museum in Richmond, Virginia.

Posted in Blog, Clemantine Wamariya

Black History Month & Beyond: Intersectionality & Peacebuilding

This year, the official theme for Black History Month is “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories”, which range from stops along the underground railroad to Fredrick Douglas’ home, 125th Street in Harlem, and Sweet Auburn Avenue in Atlanta.

Posted in Blog, Uncategorized

Military Sexual Assault Survivors Need Pro Bono Counsel

Serving in the U.S. Coast Guard was my dream job. I loved the idea of serving my country, and being a part of a unit that had my back. When I was raped by my supervisor, I quickly realized that the military was not on my side, and that their idea of justice wasn’t either.

Posted in Blog, Kori Cioca


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