Celebrate Others While in the Present

Celebrate Others While in the Present

Don’t wait until it’s too late to celebrate others. Instead, do it now! Are you familiar with the phrase, “Give them their flowers while they live?” It essentially means celebrate people in the now verses waiting until they’re no longer with us to express your gratitude for them or express your feelings towards them, assuming […]

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Women’s Leadership Symposium: Celebrating Women in Advocacy

Women’s Leadership Symposium: Celebrating Women in Advocacy

  Each March, Women’s History Month is celebrated to highlight the accomplishments of women. If you even remotely use social media, you’ve probably seen updates from your friends, as well as organizations, about women they admire. And let’s be honest, there’s a pretty long list of women who deserve our admiration. In honor of Women’s […]

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On Kentucky Avenue Debuts in Harlem

On Kentucky Avenue Debuts in Harlem

The musical “On Kentucky Avenue” takes us back to the famed Club Harlem in Atlantic City. I’ve previously mentioned the importance of date night on Women Making Moves, especially for parents who can often get caught up in the hustle and bustle of just being parents. While I’m still working on making time for a […]

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Did Beyoncé Fail to Show Sisterhood to Fellow Singer Ledisi?

Did Beyoncé Fail to Show Sisterhood to Fellow Singer Ledisi?

Music fans are torn between Ledisi’s and Beyoncé’s version of the historic hymn “Precious Lord, Take My Hand.” Today, I’m touching on the topic of sisterhood considering the major uproar that’s currently taking place amongst Beyoncé and Ledisi fans. What could possibly have Beyoncé and Ledisi fans upset with one another you ask? The 57th […]

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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 […]