Kluane Adamek (the old name is “Aagé”) has been Canadian Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Yukon Regional Leader since January 2018. District Leader Adamek has the AFN National Portfolios for Climate Change and Environment, Youth and Modern Treaties, and continues to push for change in the ways in which young people and the next generation are involved in decision-making discussions.
LaTosha Brown and Co-Founder of Voters Hate News, Black Voters Matter Fund and Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute. These activities are designed to boost black population enrollment and population growth, as well as increase capacity in areas where most people do not have access, especially Blacks. She is also a world-renowned expert, “go-to” in Black Voting and Voter Oppression, Empowering Black Women, and Philanthropy.
Ting Cheng and Director of Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). at Columbia Law School. As a human rights lawyer and human rights activist, she has filed lawsuits against discrimination in the Legal Momentum, Women’s Legal Defense and Education Fund. She is also a lawyer for the New York City Commission for Human Rights, a federal attorney and a refugee advocate for Brooklyn Defender, and the March 2017 Women’s Legal Adviser in Washington.
Kylie Hunts-mu-Zima is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and a former freedom fighter who has formed a growing group called “A Brave Woman”Which encourages women, especially those in Native American Communities communities, through karate training. He is a board member and senior youth advocate for the Indigenous Peoples’ Initiative, which advocates Indigenous People’s Day to replace Columbus Day.
Patrisha McLean is a photographer and human rights activist and founder / president of Finding Our Words, a non-profit organization based in Maine that directs the faces and voices of survivors to boldly and effectively deal with domestic violence. McLean is a 29-year-old victim of physical, emotional, financial, and sexual abuse, and her silence was broken publicly in 2016 by global headlines about the arrest of her famous husband (Don).
Sophie Poldermans is the originator of “Women of War Sophie, ”An organization that focuses on women leaders in times of conflict, crisis and change. She is a best-selling author, international speaker, educator and mentor for women and the military, women’s leadership and entrepreneurial skills that promote women’s rights around the world. Poldermans is the New York Post & Amazon best-selling author Attraction and Killing the Nazis. Hannie, Truus and Freddie: WWII’s Dutch Resistance Heroines (USA, 2019).
Tracey E. Vitchers and a nonprofit major, a political advisor, and a world-renowned expert on the prevention of sexual violence and publicity for survivors. Tracey is now the Executive Director of It’s Up To Us.
With foreign troops and ambassadors fleeing Afghanistan and humanitarian aid shrinking, Afghan women are facing increasing health problems, education, and violence including attacks on women and girls. Some of these terrorists have been reported by Islamic State; for others they do not know who is responsible. Even the Taliban’s view of women’s rights is more...
During the Golden Age of Hollywood, Louis B. Mayer, then general manager wa MGM, described one of the “most beautiful, actresses” in one of her films as “the most beautiful woman in the whole world.” It was 1933, when women were thought to be pretty and stupid, or bright and unattractive, but certainly not beautiful...