Maria Shriver was on the Today Show this morning promoting the Shriver Report about the changing role of women in America. It is hard to reconcile how this feminist First Lady […]
Eve Ensler’s got a way with words! She absolutely took “The Terminator,” California’s Governor Arnold Schwartzenegger, to school in today’s Huffington Post.
Eve Ensler’s V-Day movement has been working tirelessly for years to bring the world’s attention to the violence against women and girls in the DRC.
This week Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton brought a check for $17 million to the DRC to help fight sexual violence. She also offered the help of the US military’s Africa command and US legal experts to draw up new laws.
A Broken U.N. Promise in Congo Originally published in: Washington Post, 06/30/2009 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/29/AR200906… BUKAVU, Democratic Republic of Congo — Just over a year ago, in answering whether sexual violence in […]
Today’s Eve Ensler’s birthday! Happy Birthday, Eve! If you live in the San Diego area, she’ll be in town with hew new play O.P.C. this weekend. Today I read some of […]
OPC: Obsessive Political Correctness a new play by Eve Ensler Friday, May 29 at 8:00 PM A benefit to protect women and the environment The Santa Monica Bay Women’s Club […]
The NoVo Foundation has decided to invest $1 billion in women and girls around the world. Their mission includes ending violence against girls and women.
Eve Ensler tells the story of how her father physically, sexually, and emotionally abused her and how these experiences shaped her world view in Insecure at Last: Losing It in Our Security Obsessed World. The central premise of her book is that striving for security does not, in fact, protect us. We must rescue ourselves. Peace will come from securing basic human rights and from making our end goals compassion and honoring all people.
Marie C. Wilson introduced me to Eve Ensler. She is founder of the The White House Project which is all about helping and coaching women to achieve dreams of leadership by becoming our phenomenal best.