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Sunday, July 5, 2015

We can certainly use the support of our followers from various parts of the world!


The Women’s Equality Exhibit promotes notable women change makers while recognizing the diversity in 21st century America. Plus many of the featured women’s work exceeds beyond the U.S. For instance, the work of Israeli-born, Chicago award winning documentary filmmaker, Shuli Eshel has contributed to the women’s movement, politics and history in the United States and Israel;  the first and only woman NBA scout, Bonnie-Jill Laflin is a philanthropist and humanitarian. She has completed 18 USO and Goodwill tours, including 8 to Iraq and Afghanistan to aid military veterans; also, the exhibit will feature Chicago’s Global women’s rights activist and artist Zainab Khan who is American-born with a father who emigrated from Afghanistan. Her artwork is being used by global nonprofits to raise funds to fight violence against women in the Middle East; Lastly, Former WNBA and Europe basketball player Edniesha Curry, now coach, travels the world to empower children through the game in basketball. She is currently running workshops in Vietnam. 

 We would greatly appreciate the support of Women For Action's entire audience which extends to to different areas across the globe. An international reach builds alliances and bridge gaps between differences.

Will you help us build the first and only Women's Equality Exhibit?

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