Chime For Change: Do Not Miss On NBC Tonight!

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It is AWE-inspiring to witness the artist community coming together to raise awareness and inspire change by dedicating their time, art and deeds to the fight to empower women world wide. I am humbled by the messages, energy and the beauty which they are bringing to the world to light the way for peace and fulfillment to women and men, girls and boys.

They are proving time and time again through the synergies -women and men from different musical genres as well as various artistic backgrounds & roles- they are creating that change is not only possible, but inevitable.

Thank you, Beyoncé, for placing your signature on this and other events as well as campaigns to empower us. To all those in the public arena sharing their light to effect positive and deep change, thank you.

Beyonce Headlines for Chime for Change

Chime for Change.Org

Here are a few links to literature that support the unquestionable importance of this movement:

The Chalice & The Blade by Riane Eisler

Mighty Be Our Powers by Leymah Gbowee

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

The Favoured Daughter by Fawzia Koofi

A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson

If You Knew Me You Would Care by Zainab Salbi

A Previous Blog: The Necessity of Women’s Empowerment

Thank you to all who have fought the good fight and created palpable, effective and positive change for women and children who had no one else to help them. Videos of and links to great women and their work:

Edna Adan

Her Hospital

Amma – Mata Amritanandamayi

Previous Blog Post: Amma

Marian Wright Edelman


Her Children’s Defense Fund

Here are additional links to awareness campaigns and organizations that I particularly like:

Keep A Child Alive


1 Billion Rising

Girl Rising

Half The Sky

Here’s an important contribution from Sir Patrick Stewart on why he’s involved in campaigns to end violence against women, men’s roles and one of the causes of violence against women and that there is never ever any justification for it:

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