Remembering Nneka Fritz

Remembering Nneka Fritz

Nneka Fritz, a woman who inspired all who knew her, lived everyday as if it were her last. I woke up to news last week that no one ever wants to hear. One of my friends, and sorority sisters of Delta Sigma Theta, had transitioned to be with the Lord. I was stunned beyond believe […]

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Ali Brown’s 5 Rules to Break in 2015

Ali Brown’s 5 Rules to Break in 2015

Ali Brown, business coach to women entrepreneurs, shares 5 rules you should break in 2015. We’re well into 2015, and if you’re like most people, you probably made New Year’s resolutions that you’ve focusing hard on sticking to. I know I am! ☺ One goal that I started last year that I’m continuing into this […]

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Happy New Year: 20 Things I Want for 2015

Happy New Year: 20 Things I Want for 2015

Make the year ahead a Happy New Year by writing down your desires for 2015. The Happy New Year countdown is officially here. In less than 24 hours, we’ll ring in 2015! Can you believe that 2014 is in our rear view mirror? I’m not sure about you, but I definitely feel as though the […]

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The NIMBY Experience by Jacquelyn Aluotto

The NIMBY Experience by Jacquelyn Aluotto

Director Jacquelyn Aluotto is the creator of The NIMBY (Not in My Backyard) Experience, a film that sheds light on homelessness in America. Happy holiday season! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are gearing up to celebrate Christmas with friends and family. It’s been a world wind holiday season for me. That’s probably […]

Attend a Screening of “Justice is a Black Woman”

Attend a Screening of “Justice is a Black Woman”

NYC residents can learn about the life and work of  Judge Constance Baker Motley who fought for the justice of Black students. The name Constance Baker Motley may not be a name you’ve personally heard, but it’s definitely one you should know. Long before the Women Making Moves coalition was established, Constance Baker Motley was […]

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Activists Like Malala Fight for Girls Equality

Activists Like Malala Fight for Girls Equality

Girls are showing the world that they have next! With the celebration of the United Nations Day of the Girl on Saturday, October 11 and with female education activist Malala Yousafzai becoming the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, girls have recently been in the headlines regarding all things positive. Last week was a spectacular week […]

Click-eez Works to End Bullying

Click-eez Works to End Bullying

Click-eez encourages youth to “Click Not Clique” in its anti-bullying campaign. One of the benefits of having a cute kid is being invited to cool events. Recently, my daughter and I had the chance to attend the Click-eez launch party that introduced the company’s Click-eez Bracelets.  The night included food, fun and festivities organized by […]

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How to Make More Room in Your Life for Friends

How to Make More Room in Your Life for Friends

In the words of TLC, one of the famous girl groups, “What about your friends?” How often do you clear your schedule to make time to spend with friends? My answer: Not enough. I’m a New Year’s Resolution type of person. Each year, one of my resolutions involves spending more time with friends. I’d like […]

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Author Chelsea-Lyn Rudder Shares “Ladylike Lessons”
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Author Chelsea-Lyn Rudder Shares “Ladylike Lessons”

Author Chelsea-Lyn Rudder shares how to become “Ladylike” in her debut book, Ladylike Lessons. On Sunday, I attended a book reading from Chelsea-Lyn Rudder, which highlighted excerpts from her debut book, “Ladylike Lessons: A Guide to Feminine Empowerment, Elegance and Etiquette.” A NYC transplant from Michigan, Chelsea is a former beauty queen who made New […]

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September 26, 2014 News: Issues Impacting Women & Girls
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September 26, 2014 News: Issues Impacting Women & Girls

Women Making Moves shares a round up of news you may have missed this week. We hope you’ve had an amazing week! On Tuesday, fall kicked off, which means the summer has officially ended. This week, we’ve put together a round-up of news that you may have missed while enjoying the change of seasons. Check […]

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