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arose 22m
each time a woman stands up for herself, she stands up for all women. (c)
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Kgomotso Doz Thebe 3h
Super stoked that Shortleft, Macnose Team chose female Dj's as headliners for POP-UP this Sunday 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾!!! This is a step. P.s. when you are dining with gatekeepers and they give you a step inside, pull one woman of colour in with you.
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Tulsa Port of Catoosa 14m
Last month, the World Maritime University held its third international conference on encouraging women to pursue careers in shipping and maritime-related fields. Read all about the conference here!
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Amanda Carini 9h
Got my haircut. First thing a student said was that it was .
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Karma’s Cruizin’ Cafe 6h
Come eat breakfast corner of Broad and Plymouth. Where we have fresh brewed coffee that we get from the coffee connection. Empowering women.
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WomenLead GSU 31m
"Part of the magic of the WomenLead program is that you're building your network." —Dr. Nancy Kropf, dean of Perimeter College at Georgia State
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Bianca Downey 1h
Thank you Estee Lauder ☝🏻💙 Feeling like a model for you 😎 @ Durbanville
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Dr. Lauren D Pitts 2h
HONOR: Demonstrating honor through our love and respect goes beyond honoring our mate or parents. It is demonstrated in our decision to walk in love and respect towards them and others. When others go low, we can choose to go high.
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TickTock⏱️ 2h
The have officially lost the plot. How does a society that is meant to be make this work? How will this empower women who are having their skills and strengths in sport overshadowed by men who "identify" as women? Nonsense.
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Rochelle Barrand 1h
Loved receiving this e-mail from lovely Amie, dress designer and founder of Bow & Lace in 💘 It definitely put a smile on my face & made me feel motivated. I’m lucky to work in a job where I meet lots of really strong and inspiring women 😊
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Cristina Perelman 33m
Historically, women who wanted to participate in medicine were allowed to be midwives and dwell in the homeopathic sciences.
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annabelivier 13h
Believe that you can figure out the challenges you haven’t faced yet.
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MotherShip Projects 2h
A fantastic day-long session in Smethwick today. Trying out techniques and developing new collaborative designs for fabric. . . .
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Uzo Nwuga 9h
He doesn’t call you because you are already equipped, He calls you and for those that say “Yes Sir”, He will equip you with exactly what you need to sustain you in the calling you have been given. @PriscillerShirer
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YWCA Dayton May 18
Also, this year's class will have the highest number of female Hispanic graduates along with graduating its 5,000th female cadet since the first class of women to graduate in 1980.
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Sweet Beetches 🐝 2h
Say YES to YOU! Put yourself as a priority in your to do list!
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Work Avenue 6h
Congratulations to our Empowering Women for Work group for completing the programme! Over the past few months they have been through workshops, IT courses, work experience and more to help them on their journey to work.
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DFS NNJ-10 Counties 2h
Congratulations Suzy Beka Rimoh for being selected as one of the Top 10 2018 Community Action Projects for Make Your Money Work for You. Suzy will be attending the 2019 Success Summit. We are so proud for her to represent DFSNorthern NJ.
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Abingdon Foundation 4h
We, the women in STEAM, find success when people encourage us, share our stories, and support our careers. Equality means working without judgment, harassment, or pay differential. Be kind. Be fair. Empower women in their careers.
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Lajja Diaries 7h
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