Red or Blue: Which Party Truly Needs Its Women? By Dorka Keehn and Marya Stark (Huffington Post) We are intrigued by the sudden surge of Republican women candidates at the national level. Read more . . .
History is on Women's Side in the Workplace. Amid all the statistics whirling around women and paid employment, Peggy Drexler steps back to spot history in the making during Women's History Month. Read more . . .
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1) Take a woman friend, your mom, sister, sister-in-law, niece, daughter, granddaughter to lunch.
2) Read a book written by a woman.
3) Write down your thoughts on what it's like to be a woman.
4) Buy an item designed / produced by a woman.
5) Bring your dollars to a woman-owned business.
6) Bring a friend to a woman-owned business and get your friend to support her.
7) Is there a woman in your life that has helped you in some way? Call her, email her or better still, write her a letter and thank her again!
8) Get to know a woman who is not of your heritage. Talk to her. Have coffee or tea with her. Ask her what it's like to be a minority woman in the 21st century?
9) Name 5 women you admire and post it on this blog.
10) Celebrate YOU! How awesome it is to be a woman!