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International Women’s Day Mix: Making More Powerful Noise

By Chris Lombardi
On International Women’s Day, women around the world join together in celebration of the intelligence, strength, courage and beauty of women. Since 1908 this has been a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world without regard to their national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political differences. This week, as Women’s History Month begins, WVFC is starting off…
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News Brief: Toni Morrison Heads HBO’s “The Black List”; Cindy McCain In a War Zone; Good Job News (Really?)

By Womens Voices for Change
Turning invisibility inside out: Both the Washington Post and the New York Times took note this week of HBO’s “The Black List,” a series of conversations with “some of today’s most fascinating and influential African Americans.” Prominent among those  interviews is 77-year-old Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. Other midlife women in the series include 44-year-old playwright Suzan-Lori Parks; 65-year old…
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DailyNewsMix:Cindy McCain Reports From Rwanda; Bone Density News Comes in Twos; Second Careers Via Nonprofits

By Womens Voices for Change
Look to the women, says McCain: Cindy McCain, that is. While her husband’s political opponent charmed the media with his cross-country trip, the founder and funder of the American Voluntary Medical Team was visiting Rwanda, too often known simply for the 1994 genocide that has scarred its people. Brought there by Women for Women International,  McCain writes in the Wall…
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