Women share stories describing how mentoring helped them to move from hope through struggle to gain audacious success.
"Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Journeys"
Featuring stories of women working in the Twin Cities between 1987-2002 to build communities that are now thriving as a direct result of their leadership-told with humor, grace and enthralling music.
Inspiring change through Brazilian women vocalists, musicians and newsmakers
Recognizing women who made substantial, yet unrecognized contributions during the civil rights movement and in our nation’s history.
Mothers’ stories from the African-American and American Indian Communities where low breastfeeding rates correlate with high infant mortality rates.
Expressing the strength of black women
A music showcase of American Indian women music makers locally and nationally
I was told cancer isn’t funny, still I look to humor to tell my story on stage.
We are the daughters of our mothers who are daughters of their mothers. This important relationship spirals throughout the ages gathering an inheritance of issues. Join these wise crones as they share their liberating stories of healing.
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