Strength and dignity—she is tender, she is fierce One woman every minute dies in childbirth*. I am not her. You’re not either. But every “her” has a name. She’s built
When I saw with my own eyes a woman giving birth in the mud in Papua New Guinea it changed me. I knew the statistics—that one woman dies in childbirth
This ain’t no Mary Poppins Tears soaked my shirt as I sat glued to the screen while watching Suffragette (the movie) last night. I sat uncomfortably in a mixture of shock,
A unique Christmas gift guide—Every item is ethically sourced from sustainable companies working to empower women and give back to our global sisterhood.
A beautiful gift that gives twice. Sounds like a wonderful Mother’s Day gift, right? Why not honor your mom this year by equipping a young Indian midwifery student to empower
Every minute a woman dies of complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. Ninety-nine percent of these deaths occur in developing nations. For every woman who dies in childbirth, another 30 women
I saw her when I turned the corner; she nearly took my breath away. A more stunning woman I hadn’t seen in all the villages we visited that trip.
It’s hard being a recovering know-it-all. I came out of the womb my own way (up-side-down) and as far back as I can remember I’ve had strong opinions on pretty
I clearly remember the first time I couldn’t go swimming because I hadn’t yet learned how to use a tampon. I was fourteen or fifteen, visiting my grandparents’ house in
Project Baby Bilum – How a malnourished baby inspired the babywearing community and other women to support moms in need in Papua New Guinea. She should have been dead. When
We’re bringing a little sunshine into the delivery room because a tiny little flashlight just ain’t gonna cut it. One of my greatest objectives during the 31 Days of Women