All posts tagged: malala

Monday Menagerie #26

In my #HopeForOurDaughters issue I bring you various stories of daughters across the globe that are spreading the feeling of hope,  fulfilling their dreams and passions, taking matters into their own hands and showing us how the next generation (and some that have come before) is making this world a better place for all of us.  First, however, I want to share the trailer of the film every woman (and man!) should see and background on some of the women we owe our lives to (literally)! Beautiful.  Breathtaking.  Disturbing.  Necessary. Mothers, if they are old enough, take your daughters to go and see this film.  It’s not a “feel good” film but it is inspiring and reminds us that we can accomplish ANYTHING if we believe in it enough and that ANYTHING is possible, especially if you have your girlfriends to count on and a huge amount of courage. SUFFRAGETTE MOVEMENT There were so many things I did not know about the movement before I saw this film…heck, I didn’t even know there was a …

Monday Menagerie #18

This is my BADASS WOMEN ISSUE #1. This issue was inspired by a friend who was requesting information on how to help refugees.  I decided to dedicate this issue, and many more to come, to the women who are taking matters into their own hands, and making significant changes in the world where progress is desperately needed.  They are not waiting for someone else to do it, they are stepping up where not many others will.  Thank you badass women.  THANK YOU. I know we all know that some really horrible things are going on all over the world and one of the worst is what is happening to the human beings who are trying to escape war – torn villages and cities to find a better life for themselves and their families. Here are some details below to help you figure out what is really going on and ways to help. We can’t survive alone, we must depend and rely on one another. WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON IN SYRIA WAYS YOU CAN HELP …