- City, State: Douglasville, Ga
- Geographic Location: North America
I am a former peace core volunter and advocate for women's issues. I am an artist who believes in the healing process of art from the artist's perspective and the viewer.
Exhibit change by:
I exhibit change one person at a time. I believe we are all changed by the inpact of those we encounter. I create body and belly casts for women to help them heal and have positive self body images. My business is www.sagebelly.com
I'm passionate about:
I am passionate about healing through art.
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Nominate the Most Creative Rural Woman
Don't miss the World Rural Women's Day (WRWR) on October 15, 2008! Celebrate their work and support them in claiming their fundamental universal rights. Nominate today your candidate for WRWD annual award-Prize for women's creativity in rural life. (English, French)
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Stop Domestic Violence
Say No to Violence Against Women and add your name today to this UN Development Fund for Women's campaign. Every signature counts: The United Nations Foundation will donate $1 for each the first 100,000 signatures.
Vagina Monologues by
and for Muslim Women
Three Moroccan women living in Belgium present twelve poetic, intense and touching monologues called The Veiled Monologues that offer a rare look into the lives of Muslim women. Go beyond the veil and leave all your stereotypes at the theatre door. (French)
The International Violence Against Women Act
The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) is a historic and unprecedented effort of the U.S. government to take leadership in establishing an overall and integrated approach to respond and address violence against women and girls internationally. The Act establishes a Coordinator to Combat Violence Against Women Internationally. The time is now to capitalize on this awareness and support and to enact this comprehensive vision to address the problem of violence against women.
Help End Women's Poverty: Support the GROWTH Act
The Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive (GROWTH) Act would address some of the most critical economic barriers women that keep women in poor countries from earning an income, barriers such as unequal property rights, lack of access to credit and trade, and poor wages and working conditions.
For the GROWTH Act to be passed, it needs concerned citizens to urge Congress to support it. Send an automatic letter to your Senators and Representatives asking them to support the bill.
Help Create the Srebrenica
More than 8,000 Bosniak boys and men were murdered in July 1995, in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Women of BOSFAM, a multicultural Bosnian women's group, invite you to commemorate these victims of genocide by adding a panel to the quilt they're creating. Help keep the memory of the massacre alive! -- English
Respect Everyone Everywhere
If you can no longer remain silent, then this is the time to put your foot down. Join Respect-ev, sign their petition and help stop female genital mutilation. --English, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish
Book the Mural Today!
Who Holds the Mirror? is a travelling mural that educates communities across United States on the relationship between environmental degradation and women's health. Sign-up to have the mural visit your community! --English
Women Talk Peace
Listen to Ugandan women speak about their experiences during the war and their efforts towards peace. Hear three radio programs in English, Swahili and Luganda.
1000 Postcards for Peace!
1000 Peace Women created a travelling PeaceWomen exhibition composed of 1000 Postcards that honor the work of all women that have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Book the exhibition today. -English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese.
Support Rwandan women
Help Rwandan women struggling to make ends meet after the conflict. Buy and send one Rwandan Peace basket. Reach out to somebody you appreciate or to somebody you have wronged. --English
Help End Violence Against Women and Girls: Sign the I-VAWA Petition!
It's estimated that 1 out of 3 women worldwide will be the victim of violence or abuse at some point in their lives. This must stop.
The International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA), is a bill now before Congress that, if passed, would, for the first time, comprehensively incorporate these solutions into all U.S. foreign assistance programs - solutions such as promoting women's economic opportunity, addressing violence against girls in school, and working to change public attitudes - bring about transformational change. Please urge Congress to make the IVAWA a reality for the millions of women worldwide it would affect by signing the petition.
It is only with your support that the International Museum of Women can succeed in its mission to amplify the voices of women worldwide through award-winning innovative exhibitions, strategic partnerships and local public programming and events.
Contribute today by becoming a member, donating to I.M.O.W or registering for our online community. Become part of the rising global community of women and men impacting the lives of women around the world!
American Flag & USA Flag for the White House
I am an irish american, living in the bay area of California. I produce annual abstract collections for exhibition. As well, I produce public art projects for children and adults. In recent time, I have been exploring the United States Flag & the USA of American in my artwork. I would like the White House Project to incorporate mother and daughter's producing the American Flag and/or the USA for an art exhibition to support the mission of the White House Project. Teaching our daughters the importance of voting.
Stamp Out Loneliness
Donate new Forever postage stamps for women who are incarcerated so they can communicate with their loved ones.
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