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Dr. Anne Klaeysen, first female Leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture, spoke on March 4, 2018 about “Undone By Women.” (Click on camera icon in upper right corner to open video.)
Women in the United States were granted suffrage less than a century ago and still do not have an Equal Rights Amendment. Throughout our history, we have left our homes and taken to the streets to demand the vote, choice over our own bodies, to be seen and heard. Every generation of mothers tries to leave her daughters a better world. Yet time and again we are thwarted by misogynist forces. The legacy of the second Women’s March on January 20th, fueled by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, must be to unite and undo these forces once and for all.
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Happy kindness day! ♥️Kindness starts with you.
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How do we, with attention to serious theoretical work and experiential ways of knowing, develop practices that are inclusive, egalitarian, and healing?
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