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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

It is so exciting to see all the new children’s books coming out in recent years that feature Asian characters. When I was a child, I NEVER saw Asian people in books, and I was an avid reader! The only ones in our home with people who looked like me…
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Help Benefit Zainab Memorial School

Makeup Artist Khuraira Musa is raising money for a school she founded to benefit poor kids in her hometown in Nigeria. Dear Khuraira cosmetics clients, It has been 3yrs since our last fundraising for Zainab Memorial School. We started this noble cause in 2013. Together, we are educating over 150…
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Rainbow Sparkle and Graffiti

by Jess deCourcy Hinds I’m grateful that my recent New York Times Modern Love column, “Oh, Dewey, Where Would You Put Me?” has helped me connect with readers about the complexity of sexual identity. I’ve heard from people from all over the world — from the Bible Belt…
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Yilian Canizares’ Playlist Part 2

The creative power of women has no limits. Through this playlist I want to share with you a little bit of the wonderful impact we women have on the world. Enjoy the sweetness, magic and fire of these 9 female voices from around the world. Here…
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Book Excerpt – She Is Me: How Women Will Save The World

FOREWORD “I would say that each of us has only one thing to gain from the feminist movement: Our whole humanity, because gender has wrongly told us that some things are masculine, and some things are feminine . . . which is bullshit.” —Gloria…
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