Zeinab Mokalled Continues Efforts to Protect the Environment

Zeinab Mokalled, an 81-year-old woman from Lebanon, found herself faced with a worrisome situation approximately 30 years ago. Israel had occupied the southern part of her country, leading to a collapse in infrastructure, including collecting the trash in her town, Arabsalim. Soon, trash began piling up throughout the area with no foreseeable solution.   Frustrated […]

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Viral Photo Shows that Confidence is Beautiful

The words “women” and “body image” seem to go hand-in-hand. Traditional and social media have a strong influence on opinions and perceptions of the female body. Accepting that not every woman is going to have the same shape is easier to do in theory than in reality. Voices of reason have gained strength and continue […]

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Taylor Swift and Spotify Decide to Give It Another Try

It seems, “never, never, ever getting back together” only applies to Taylor Swift’s famous ex-beaus.   The pop star announced Thursday that after a 4-year hiatus from Spotify, she would release her full catalog to the streaming site. According to the singer, the move celebrates selling 10 million copies of 1989 and over 100 million […]

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What Should You Wear to Work?

Dressing for work is a challenge and a daily dilemma for a working woman to know what is currently appropriate to wear to the office where she is employed in a high level or a low level position. It is still best to concentrate on a perfect mix of stylish but “low key” dresses, skirts, […]

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Brad Reifler’s Forefront Capital Partners With Easter Seals Dixon Center

In the recent past, Brad Reifler announced that Forefront Capital Advisors had partnered with Easter Seals Dixon Center. He posited that the company had donated $3 million. The chief executive of the financial corporation contended that their partner had made a significant impact in the lives of military and veteran families. Easter Seals Dixon Center […]

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U.S. Maternity Leave is Unequal and Inadequate

According to WOMENSENEWS, almost 25 percent of American women return to work in approximately two weeks of the deliveries of their babies. The United States is one of just three countries, with the other two being Papua New Guinea and Oman, that won’t give a guarantee of any length of leave to new mothers. Most […]

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