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Our mission is to support and empower women of all ages and any race through traditional journalism, storytelling, illustrations and photography. This magazine supports diversity, inclusion and equality for women. Our hope is that the stories in the magazine illustrate this through the telling details of our everyday women’s inspiring lives.
“I will never stop talking about my mom. She’s my inspiration. She’s my North Star, and she’s my light guiding me through the work that needs to be done.”
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She Dares Yanira Borges and the power of authenticity By Erin Ratigan Photos by MARIAFLASHWhen Yanira Borges speaks to a crowd, she does it imperfectly. “My name is Yanira, pronounced like ‘Ya need...
Power In Positivity Claudia Casas teaches empathy, empowerment By Erin RatiganPhotos by Sarah Langer In 1975, Esmeralda Kruse knew something was wrong. She was going into labor a month and a half...
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