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Back to the future?

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Bread and Roses 1912-2012  
'Faces of Labor: Young oyster shuckers', photographed by Lewis Hine (1909), his caption reads: "Josie, six year old, Bertha, six years old, Sophie, 10 years old, all shuck regularly. Maggioni Canning Co. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina." 

Regulations against this stuff matter and as for the idea of "American Exceptionalism" and the "Immaculate Conception" of the US industrial economy - please take a careful look.
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That’s Not Me or Is It?

A personal reflection of how "that's not me" resulted in becoming a more emotionally intelligent leader. (That’s Not Me or Is It?
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Standing Together Women Change the World | WomensRadio

Standing Together Women Change the World | WomensRadio | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
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What Will Cause Thriving? Women are to Choose.

What Will Cause Thriving? Women are to Choose. | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it

There is an ancient Chinese saying that you probably have heard, "When sleeping women wake, mountains will move!" That insight indicates the time when women will be asleep.
Women were to discern what is or is not. Like preparing food for their family, those born into female bodies were to discern what is helpful or dangerous to those they love.

"VOW-TV's VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE promotes voices for the voiceless women, young girls, children and men to tell their stories..."

 

 

 

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Cris Williamson, singer, songwriter, change agent | WomensRadio

Cris Williamson, singer, songwriter, change agent | WomensRadio | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
Cris Williamson, singer, songwriter, change agent
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Painting Magnificence

At Weaving the World Media, we have been following the contributions and wisdom of women for over 30 years. These voices are not single calls. They are multi...
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HOLD THE DATE: Women’s Congress for Future Generations | Peaceful Uprising

HOLD THE DATE: Women’s Congress for Future Generations | Peaceful Uprising | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
HOLD THE DATE Women’s Congress for Future Generations Moab Utah September 27th-30th, 2012 Are you called to be a guardian of the future?
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CATHERINE (KATIE) ORENSTEIN, Founder and Director of The OpEd Project - Investing in a different world conversation

CATHERINE (KATIE) ORENSTEIN, Founder and Director of The OpEd Project - Investing in a different world conversation | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it

The OpEd Project is about increasing the number of women thought leaders contributing to key commentary forums—which feed all other media, and drive thought leadership across all industries—to a tipping point.  We envision a world in which the best ideas—regardless of where or whom they come from—will have a chance to be heard and shape society and the world. We - our leaders and the public - are not getting the information and ideas we need to make the best decisions.  Our world conversation is currently an echo chamber that reproduces the same narrow range of  (85% male) voices over and over. Even worse among academics: a May 2008 Rutgers University study found that 97% of op-eds by scholars in the Wall Street Journal are written by men. What is the cost to society when so many of our best minds and best ideas are left out?  What could we accomplish if together we invested in our missing brain power?


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What Will Cause Thriving? Women are to Choose.

What Will Cause Thriving? Women are to Choose. | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it

There is an ancient Chinese saying that you probably have heard, "When sleeping women wake, mountains will move!" That insight indicates the time when women will be asleep.
Women were to discern what is or is not. Like preparing food for their family, those born into female bodies were to discern what is helpful or dangerous to those they love.

"VOW-TV's VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE promotes voices for the voiceless women, young girls, children and men to tell their stories..."

 

 

 

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An Issue Beyond Debate: Congress Should Act Now to Protect Women - Barack Obama | Government News from the White House and Congress - Senate/House of Representatives

An Issue Beyond Debate: Congress Should Act Now to Protect Women - Barack Obama | Government News from the White House and Congress - Senate/House of Representatives | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
Blog Post: An Issue Beyond Debate: Congress Should Act Now to Protect Women http://t.co/Vt96InRo...

 

Women only need protection in a system that does not value them. Women are ready to stand up for their worth, value and vision just because they ARE!

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Women are Emerging: Women's Gatherings, The Greater Good?

Women are Emerging: Women's Gatherings, The Greater Good? | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
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Re-connecting to a model of grassroots power.

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The Four Things Managers Must Give Their Teams

The Four Things Managers Must Give Their Teams | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
As a manager, you are only as good as your team. I previously wrote about evaluating potential hires. Initially, you have to do whatever you can to get the right people in place.
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Women are Emerging: One Plus One Does Not Equal Two

Women are Emerging: One Plus One Does Not Equal Two | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
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Time to re-examine and re-frame our concept of Women's Issues and inclusion...

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Women, the Bellwether for National Security | WomensRadio

Women, the Bellwether for National Security | WomensRadio | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
Women, the Bellwether for National Security...

We have the national security situation all wrong! More soldiers, guns, scans, survelience is not the way to national peace. Valerie Hudson, Ph.D, shares that a 7 year research study indicates that the way that a nation includes and values its women IS the indicator of the peace and well-being of the nation.

 

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Women are key to security.. Why are political leaders working to keep women diminished and controlled?

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Women's Voices Create Change

Women's Voices Create Change | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
The situations of economic instability, violence, gap between those who have and those do not, deteriorating health and a divisive attitude about...
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Women's Voices Create Change

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Girls are Smarter than Boys, But do we Feel Worthy? | C-Level Strategies - Visionary Leadership

Girls are Smarter than Boys, But do we Feel Worthy? | C-Level Strategies - Visionary Leadership | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it

Girls are Smarter than Boys, But do we Feel Worthy of executive success and c-suite assignments? An evaluation of women and worthiness.


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Women, the Bellwether for National Security | WomensRadio

Women, the Bellwether for National Security | WomensRadio | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
Women, the Bellwether for National Security...

We have the national security situation all wrong! More soldiers, guns, scans, survelience is not the way to national peace. Valerie Hudson, Ph.D, shares that a 7 year research study indicates that the way that a nation includes and values its women IS the indicator of the peace and well-being of the nation.

 

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Women are key to security.. Why are political leaders working to keep women diminished and controlled?

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Founding Fathers and Founding Mothers Brings Balance

Founding Fathers and Founding Mothers Brings Balance | Bringing Women to the Table | Scoop.it
Assuring One Woman for One Man at all discussion and decision making tables is the next step in changing our world.
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