Sister Joan Chittister, an iconic spiritual feminist and activist, tells a story that illuminates our need to take bold action in the world without waiting for it to be sanctioned.
Marcia Ann Gillespie, author, editor, and activist, emboldens us to reach critical mass as feminists in elected offices and political participation.
Sister Joan Chittister, one of the most articulate religious leaders of our time, explains the need for the redemption of religious institutions, and why she chose to advocate for women's equality and unity from within the Catholic church.
Shirley Velasquez, director of content at Latina Media Ventures, describes the challenges of naming cultural appropriation.
Isabel Allende, acclaimed novelist and lifelong human rights advocate, explains how the world can generate “mamisma," a critical mass of fierce abundant female energy.
María Teresa Kumar, founding president and CEO of Voto Latino, describes the importance of her practice to keep her "present" in her life and work.
Majora Carter, eco-enterpreneur, urban revitilization strategist, and Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, asks us to think bigger about our environment, our future, and what is not only necessary, but possible.
Elizabeth Lesser, author and cofounder of Omega Institute and the OWLC, defines her understanding of leadership and asks us to risk being uncomfortable in taking a stand and deciding what matters.
Pat Mitchell, media executive, journalist, and activist, describes how the agenda changes when women lead and why nothing advances society more quickly than the power of women.
This Grammy Award-winning artist uses music as a way to convey her personal message. Here Ani DiFranco explains why we need to encourage feminism in this generation and how it can save the world.