Monday, March 24, 2014

Women For Action Champions UN Women's HeForShe Campaign with its Production

Promotional Video for Chicago’s #HeForShe Production, produced by Women For Action (Click
image above to watch.) 
Women For Action champions the development for the first Chicago Chapter for the United States National Committee UN Women (USNC UN Women). In honor of this new Chicago development, WFA has initiated a video project to promote UN Women’s launch for a campaign called #HeForShe. [read]

Monday, March 3, 2014

Interview with Carolina Buglione, an Italian Global Philanthropist

Carolina amongst children in Congo. Click on photo to view the rest of the slide.
Rightfully so, Congo is also considered the most dangerous place for women. Aside from the sorrows of children, women are likely victims, caught between rebels and soldiers that have been designated to protect the villagers. In-spite of the risks, Carolina explains that there are many women that work for the NGOs in Congo. [read]

Thursday, February 20, 2014

"Can they stop shoving the GAY THING down my throat?"

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Earlier in the day I came across this blog article that I almost hate myself for re-posting now, but I’m going to risk giving this woman an audience for the sake of general argument. [read]

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Interview with Italian Filmmaker Vanessa Crocini for Get Together Girls

Vanessa Crocini to the left shooting the local scenes accompanied by members of  GToG: Project leader Grace to the far right.
They are young girls who are displaced in Kenyan’s society and often homeless... the lives of these girls seemed to have plateaued again into an abyss of no direction or clear future...without professional buoyancy and very little stability. Some of them attempt to survive day to day by begging for food. [read]

Monday, December 9, 2013


pic by Politico
Like most legislation, ENDA is chock-full of free passes and get-out clauses that protects the moneymakers in America and uses the average American worker as the poster-child for a cause. In theory, the bill would make it illegal for an employer to discriminate against a prospective or current employee on the basis of sexual orientation. [read]