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Month: September 2020

Ashley Rouse – Chef, Culinary Entrepreneur, Activist

Ashley Rouse – Chef, Culinary Entrepreneur, Activist

Chef, culinary entrepreneur, activist – just three of the hats worn by Ashley Rouse. She also happens to be the founder of Brooklyn-based Trade Street Jam Company, a minority and woman-certified batch jam company. Ashley creates fruit forward and clean tasting vegan jams that are low in sugar,…
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Actress Lena Olin

Actress Lena Olin

Lena Olin is one accomplished, celebrated, respected actress, considered the greatest to come to the States from Sweden since Ingrid Bergman. While still in drama school, she made her on-screen debut in Ingmar Bergman’s “Face to Face,” and continued working with him both on stage and film. Lena…
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Mama Gloria Allen

Mama Gloria Allen

You’re about to meet and get to know one helluva woman! 75-year-old Gloria Allen is a Black transgender woman who grew up in the 50s and 60s on Chicago’s South Side and transitioned from George to Gloria after high school, but obviously before the Stonewall Uprising. Her story…
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Angela Bonavoglia Launches Our Domicile Daily

Need some pandemic comic relief? We all do.  That’s why we’re thrilled to pass along a link to Our Domicile Daily (published biweekly—no promises), co-created by past guest and great supporter of CWCW, journalist and author Angela Bonavoglia, with her husband, Glenn Mayer.  Aiming to deliver “all the excitement of…
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Selene Castrovilla – Award-Winning Fiction and Non-Fiction Author

Selene Castrovilla – Award-Winning Fiction and Non-Fiction Author

Selene Castrovilla lives in the past…and that’s a good thing! Her work focuses on exposing the concealed truths about our nation’s history, including the impactful and poignant way women contributed to the making of America. There’s a lot to learn in this fascinating look back with this accomplished author and…
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