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  • Emma González, David Hogg, Cameron Kasky, and other Parkland, Florida students: Gun control

  • Greta Thunberg; Climate change

  • Johnny Hultzapple: LGBTQ rights   

  • Lulabel Seitz: Sexual assault

  • Wé McDonald: Authenticity; Bullying prevention  

  • Clint Smith: The power of speaking; The danger of silence

  • Emma Watson: Feminism; Women’s rights    

  • Malala Yousafzai: Girls education

  • Aaisha Bhuiyan: Muslim representation and activism  

  • Xiuhtezcatl Martinez: Environmental protection and climate change

  • Sydney Gradisar-Jansen: Young people's unique ability to speak out about injustices and positive solutions 

  • Fort Collins, CO Webber Middle School students: Miscellaneous essays on using one's voice 

  • Eric Bach: The empowerment of coming out as a gay athlete   

  • Sophie Cruz: Immigration and family rights 

  • Daniel Radcliffe: Bullying awareness

  • Marisa Donnelly: Authenticity/Using one’s voice   

  • Nadia Sparkes: Trash cleanup 

  • Snezana Dzogovic: Bullying prevention 

  • Mari Copeny: Safe water for Flint Michigan; Activism  

  • Brooke Giffin: Mental health/suicide awareness

  • Libby Page: Loneliness, anxiety, and the power of community

  • Carlos Adolfo Gonzalez: Immigration

  • KaeLyn Rich: Activism and organization

  • Zoe Drigot: Inspiring peers to give back

  • And the Southern Poverty Law Project and No Bully: how to respond to hate speech, harassment, and bullying

Mending the Sisterhood & Ending Women’s Bullying is an eye-opening, game-changing look at where, why, and how women are bullying, blocking, and shunning other women, from conference rooms to cul-de-sacs. Most importantly, author Susan Skog issues a positive call-to-action for all women to lift one another up, not tear each other down. Trained as a journalist, Skog shines a light on executives, attorneys, political leaders, actresses, nurses, moms' groups, bloggers, and Millennial women--all using their voices and choices to empower women around them and end women’s wars. Based on extensive research and interviews with more than 35 women, including top psychologists, executive coaches, and counselors, Skog also offers powerful strategies and steps to help women everywhere say, "Enough!" to mean-girl ways and, "Yes!" to being magnificent women.

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Millions of us are embracing--or may be on the verge of just discovering-- our spiritual essence: our intuitiveness, wisdom, resilience and compassion. In the first shining collection of its kind, 29 prominent women (Jane Goodall, Betty ford, Sophy Burnham, etc.) of our time intimately share the philosophies, practices, touchstones and struggles that shape their lives. They discuss the source of the pulsing spirituality sweeping our country--and why it's our only hope for personal fulfillment and evolution as a society. As doctors, poets, psychologists, publishers, teachers, anthropologists and mothers, they show us how we can discover deeper meaning in our lives and lasting peace in our hearts and souls. Valuable solace to women and men discovering their own spiritual strength, this insightful collection speaks directly to that deep place inside all of us that yearns to love, connect and grow in goodness.

Through the lives and lessons of more than fifty exceptional peacemakers working in high-conflict areas, this book shows how we can create peace personally and globally. Powerful stories of grassroots peacemaking show how we can channel our anger for positive change and get to the root of our conflicts. Explore how we can listen compassionately, find common ground, and even forgive our "enemies." Inspiring foreword by Thich Nhat Hanh.

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