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Feminist, passionate about women’s rights and social justice. Love God
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I could never thank you more than enough for all that you have done for me 🙏🏻
Colossians 1:13 For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves | New International Version (NIV) | Download The Bible App Now For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves
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Up and grateful
Stepped forward and away from the crowd
Stepped up and on your own
Stepped into a position of leading the people instead of melding seamlessly with them
Stepped out and be the Boss you ought to be
“The way through the world is more difficult to find than the way beyond it”
Today, October 11 is celebrated globally as the International Day of the Girl Child. On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a Resolution and declared October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, which was first celebrated in 2012. It is a day dedicated to empowering adolescent girls and amplifying their voices, as well as recognising their significance, power, and potential by expanding access to opportunities. It is also intended to reduce gender-based challenges that girls encounter around the world, such as child marriage, limited educational opportunities, abuse, and prejudice.
This year, as we commemorate the 10th anniversary, under the theme: "Our time is now; our rights, our future. Let our celebration transcend beyond mere ceremonies and occasions to working together to educate our girls. In doing so, let’s realise that the education of a girl goes beyond just enrolling her in school. They should have equal opportunities; they should feel safe while in school. Girls should acquire adequate knowledge and skills to compete in society as well as to navigate and adapt to a fast-changing world. They should be empowered to make decisions about their own lives and to make the maximum contribution to their communities. To achieve this,
• Let's tackle period poverty. No girl should stay out of school due to the lack of a proper sanitary pad, a clean bathroom facility on campus, or feel shame about their period. Let’s keep them safe.
• Stop overburdening them with household chores in the name of "girl child work," which does not exist, while their male counterparts devote sufficient time to studies or recreational activities.
• Let's discourage the idea of child marriage and all forms of gender-based violence. Girls should be allowed to make full decisions about their life partners.
To every girl child, as I am using my niece as a point of contact, don’t be afraid to use your voice. Show off your importance and potential, and remember to create your own space, even if they claim there’s none for you.
Happy International Day of the Girl Child.
Never apologize for being a powerful woman.
It’s okay to feel sad. It’s okay to get tired
It’s okay to feel frustrated sometimes
Rest, if you need to
Just DON’T GIVE UP
Rest well, Rev
A strong and Fierce Soul has left this world!
Dr. Katurah York Cooper, Pastor of the Empowerment Temple AME Church has reportedly died. Dr. York-Cooper died late Monday evening.
Sympathizers and well wishes have expressed sorrow for the death of a writer, motivational speaker, Reverend, mother and Soul warming personality.
She served on several institutions boards and mentored hundreds of women and girls across Liberia and the world.
Rest On Rev. Dr. Keturah York-Cooper!
There is a difference between believing in yourself and thinking highly of yourself. One is self-confidence which leads to success while the other is pride which leads to destruction. Same for, enjoying your personal space and living in isolation. The former brings peace of mind while the latter leads to depression.
Let’s be mindful of how we carry ourselves.
There’s something about a woman who displays confidence. She knows who she is, and what she wants. She is not easily swayed by people’s perceptions of her. You don’t have to walk around thinking you are better than others and call it confident, No Sis, that is pride.
Also, living isolated life is not personal space. You need to find someone you trust and a cycle in that you are most vulnerable. It’s true we all have been disappointed one way or the other but that won’t stop you from trusting people again. I am one person who still believes in the quote " A problem shared is a problem solved". There are still people who are willing to be there for you.
Sometimes I am confused about how people use these words.
Note: I am looking fat on this snap selfie here than in real life. 🤣
Just found this lost page of mind and trying to make use of it. Kindly follow…
“The man who will not allow me work isn’t born yet”
Financial independence is key people.
You don’t have to hide stuff from your partner just make sure you have some level of financial contributions
I think financially depending on a man, be it your husband, is a trap and a vicious cycle.
At the beginning, most women may take it as a sign of love and support that the man wants to "provide".
However, they quickly come back to reality when after a slight disagreement, he cuts access to his money, because it is his, and the woman must beg for anything, including for sanitary pads.
He holds money over her head and dangles it until she is at his mercy and silently and obediently does whatever he wants.
He deposesses her of every inch of dignity and pride, even boasting to his friends how submissive his "wife" is.
That's just how some men are.
Some even go as far as asking the wife to resign, when they are already working, or they don't "allow" her to work at all.
I mean, the man who will not "allow" me to work isn't born yet.
So many moms tell us their stories and in many cases, they were once stranded because they depended on him for everything. It is heartbreaking.
So, I encourage all moms to do something, no matter how small. Do something.
Do something, not only as your contribution to your household, but also as a way to be independent financially.
Just do something, anything. Get creative, think outside the box. I see your gifts and talents!
Lots of love ❤️
Protect yourself and your family.
This is a YAWC Network- ExLA Group campaign to end Covid-19.
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God created males and females in their own image of equal value and dignity Gen. 1:27.
I am that feminist who accepts the fact that males and females are different, biblically and biologically. However, differences in anatomy don't amount to a male having superior ideas to a female, or vice versa. For just as it is unscientific that a Caucasian is smarter than a Negro, so it is unscientific to say a male is smarter or better than a female, or vice versa.
The idea is
You might engage me in the battle with violence while I go ahead and persuade you, and in the end, I will prevail. You are a warrior, so I am. Just that our battle plans are different. Don't assume I can't defeat you because I am a female. Just give me the same weapons (opportunities) and the same battlefield (Free space) and watch me win.
Stop the marginalization of women by using the Bible to justify your cruelty. The scripture is a sacred religious text and must not be interpreted out of context.
Merry Christmas y'all
I've H A T E D this woman...
Actually, I've not loved her at all most of her life. I've fed her lies and told her she wasn't good enough and have allowed others to tell her she isn't good enough.
I've allowed her to be broken. I've allowed others to treat her disrespectfully. I've allowed her to run through brick walls and battle for others who won't even stand for her.
I couldn't stop others from abandoning her, but I've seen her stand up and be a light for the world and love others despite all that.
I have stood paralyzed by fear while she fought battles in her mind, heart and soul.
This woman has messed up many times as an aunt, daughter, sister, girlfriend or as a friend because she didn't think she was worthy of self love or the love of others.
She has a smart mouth and a stubborn streak. She has scars because she has a history.
Some people love this woman, some like her, and some don't care for her at all... But she is just now beginning to love herself. She has done good in her life, she has not done so good in her life.
Every mistake, failure, trial, disappointment, success, joy and achievement has made her into who she is today.
She is dramatic and sometimes she is scatter-brained. She will no longer pretend to be who she is not. She will make no apologies for who she is. Never will she again.
This woman is a WARRIOR.
She's not perfect, but she has a lot of WORTH. She's UNSTOPPABLE.
Gracefully broken, but beautifully standing.
She is LOVE.
She is LIFE.
She is TRANSFORMATION.
She is GRACE.
She is BRAVE.
... and she will never stop learning or moving forward...
She is me ....... ❤️
LADIES I challenge you to put this on your status with a picture of yourself
How does it feel being born to a life that has already being lived for you, Your visions and dreams are almost impossible to accomplish, Your mind is bond with lots of barriers and it takes only a miracle to break those barriers, You are taught with lots of don'ts instead of do's? at the end we died without reaching our full potential and buried with a slate in our hands
A poem by Nnane Ntube
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*REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR YOUNG AFRICAN WOMEN CONGRESS (YAWC) 2020*
The Young African Women Congress (YAWC) is a Pan-African women platform that brings together young African women between the ages of 18 and 45 years from all the countries on the African continent and the diaspora to advance the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) five.
It is scheduled over a 5-Day period featuring well-renowned women leaders, educationists, feminist activists, politicians, artists, entrepreneurs and corporate leaders from across the African continent and the global world to address issues pertinent to women and leadership on the continent.
A conference white paper/report is presented from resolutions and practical solutions that are proffered in the course of our interactions to all major stakeholders for implementation and policy amendments.
A full day tour is also organized for participants and speakers to some historical and phenomenal tourist sites in the host country.
The 2020 edition is the 5th anniversary of the most authoritative Pan-African women empowerment platform.
It is expected that YAWC at 5 will come with a lot of resplendence and grandeur with a theme that would elucidate the women empowerment agenda on the soils of the black race i.e "AFRICA: The Empowerment We Want!"
It will be held in Accra, the capital of Ghana from Sunday 26th July to Thursday 30th July, 2020.
The participation fee for international participants is USD 225 whiles the participation fee for participants who are resident in Ghana is GHC 880.
After payment of the congress fee and completion of the online registration process, participants will be entitled to the following congress packages which will be fully covered by ExLA Group;
• YAWC Network: Opportunity to join the YAWC Network which serves as a platform for participants to exchange knowledge and share ideas while maintaining contacts for business and social developments. The aim is to ensure that our participants climb the leadership ladder with effective guidance and less stress as career women. It is also platform to nurture participants projects and programmes.
• Certificates: Each participant will be awarded a Certificate of Participation at the end of the congress.
• Accommodation: A two in a room University hostel accommodation at the University of Ghana for the period of the congress will be covered.
• Feeding: Delegates will be given a 3 square meal a day for the period.
• Airport Pick-up for International Delegates and Shuttling between the place of residence and the Congress Venue for all delegates.
• Excursion/Fun Trip: A full day excursion/fun trip to selected tourist sites in Ghana.
• Souvenirs: Congress materials and souvenirs including; YAWC customised Brooch, Notepads, Pens, Branded T-shirt, etc. will be given to participants.
• Accreditation: Full accreditation to participate in all sessions of the congress including; Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Keynote Presentations, Plenary Sessions, Model African Woman of the Year Ceremony, Parallel Sessions, Group Break-out Sessions, Career Fair, Fun Trip Entertainment & Cultural Night etc.
NB: Guest House and Hotel bookings are available for delegates who might not want to lodge at our designated accommodation facilities. This is at the expense of the delegate.
Kindly make booking arrangement with us at least a month to the congress.
For further inquiries please call/WhatsApp us +233246489782
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YAWC: Empowering Women for Continental Development and Integration for a Better World.
When her spirit's down she has no time to frown,
A warrior is a Woman
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