Posts Tagged "Gender Violence"


Finding Why I Need Feminism

Finding Why I Need Feminism


Posted By on Jul 23, 2014

  T his past week has brought a new flurry of discussions and debates over the ever-controversial topic of Feminism. On twitter this week, there are two #Campaigns filling my feed — one being #FaithFeminisms and the other #WomenAgainstFeminism.   Tweets like this: #FaithFeminisms because when you validate me as a woman, you validate me as God’s creation — Kathryn Stenta (@bookkats) July 23, 2014   “My...

Read More
Tuesday Townhall – June 22, 2014

Tuesday Townhall – June 22, 2014


Posted By on Jul 22, 2014

I don’t know if there is anything quite as spectacular as the Tokyo skyline.   Living here for the past three years, has given me memories that will last a lifetime. This week involved yet another round of goodbyes, as I said farewell to my adult Japanese students I have been meeting with now for over two years. They are all breaking for the rest of the summer for a holiday, and then will start up classes again in the fall...

Read More
Finding Feminism in Half the Sky

Finding Feminism in Half the Sky


Posted By on Jul 3, 2014

Series Intro Found Here    Today we start our journey on Finding Feminism, beginning with –   Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn    Trigger Warning: Extreme violence, both sexual and physical referenced and discussed.    World renowned journalists, Pulitzer Prize winners, a couple — this amazing husband and wife set out on a journey...

Read More