Alice Walker, the author, poet, and activist, asks us to not limit ourselves by taking the path of safety, but to embrace our edges and the “radical me” that can change the world.
Grammy Award-winning artist, Ani DiFranco, describes our collective reward when each of us is brave and authentic in creative self-expression.
Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute and the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC), asks us to reconsider what we mean by "bold."
Majora Carter, a McArthur Fellow, remembers her journey stepping into her full power and using her own voice.
Betty Williams, co-recipient of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize for her work in Ireland and the head of the Global Children's Foundation tells a story about humor and her work with the Dalai Lama.
Sarah Peter is an artist, philanthropist and cofounder of the Omega Women’s Leadership Center. She describes here the internal work of achieving peace.
Chung Hyun Kyung, a Christian theologian and Buddhist dharma teacher, describes friendship building and collaboration between North and South Korean women as a pathway to peace.
Isabel Allende acclaimed novelist and lifelong human rights advocate describes her experience of grieving her daughter as a path of courage, strength, and activism.
Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute and the Omega Women's Leadership Center (OWLC), encourages us to grant full "soulhood" to each person we meet.
"War falls hardest on women." Sister Joan Chittister reminds us of the cost that war wreaks and asks us to stake our claim in supporting life over death, love over destruction, and peace over war.