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In this Lesson On Mindfulness, Dr. Ellen Langer,  shares her profound insights on mindfulness how it enhances women’s leadership. Dr. Langer, known as the “mother of mindfulness,” was the first woman tenured in the Psychology Department at Harvard and has been at the forefront of mindfulness research for over four decades, contributing significantly to our […]

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In this Lesson On Doing What You Love, Allison Eden talks about her journey as a celebrated creator in the world of glass mosaics. Allison shares insights into her creative process, the evolution of her career, and how passion drives her success. Allison Eden has been celebrated as the ‘Lady Gaga of the Tile World,’ […]

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In this Lesson on Sharing Your Stories,  Chicago-born writer and reproductive justice activist Renee Bracey Sherman talks transforming the visibility and representation of people who have had stigmatized experiences. Bracey Sherman shares why it’s so important to share your own story, how you can stand strong in speaking your truth, and how you can embrace […]

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Merle Hoffman is an internationally known leader in the struggle for women’s rights, opening one of the first abortion clinics pre-Roe in 1971. Throughout her activism career spanning over 50 years, Merle’s mission remains the same; for women to fight for their own reproductive choices and to recognize that each individual woman can make a […]

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Becca Rea-Tucker has been “saying it with sugar” since 2018 and now more than ever, this feminist baker is helping to shift the conversation and inspire change around women’s issues by using a more unconventional platform: cakes. Topics Discussed with Becca Rea-Tucker Becca’s first experience with baking. Becca’s first blog was called “Flours in Your […]

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Jennifer Freed, Ph.D, M.F.T. is a psychological astrologer who believes that your cosmic DNA serves as a roadmap for your life. Even when we are experiencing oppression from our societies, if we learn to embrace our past traumas, use our unique gifts to create change, and incorporate movement into our day each day, we can […]

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“What are you?” It’s a question Dr. Sarah Gaither was asked a child growing up mixed race. Now she studies the effects of that question and others related to identity at Duke University’s Identity & Diversity Lab. In this episode on belonging, we talk about identity denial, identity accessibility, and why she’s using her own […]

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Dr. Louann Brizendine was among the first to explain why women think, communicate, and feel differently than men. Now she’s on a mission to rebrand the “M” word: Menopause. Louann Brizendine, M.D., is an American scientist, a neuropsychiatrist who is both a researcher and a clinician and professor at the University of California, San Francisco. […]

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Ronit Plank’s mother left to follow the Indian mystic, some would say cult leader Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (also known as Osho) when she was five years old. Through the process of writing her memoir, When She Comes Back, Plank rewrote her definition of forgiveness.   Ronit Plank is a writer, teacher, and speaker. Her debut […]

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