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TEACHING THE COMPASSIONATE USE OF POWER

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21
Jul

(Originally posted to the 92Y blog on 7/20/2010. )

During a Daytime Lecture at 92YTribeca last month, an A-list panel of some of the most influential writers of our time (Erica Jong, Ntozake Shange, Tina Howe, Carolyn See and Abigail Thomas with Emily Upham and Linda Gravenson as moderators) presented a candid and deeply personal view of what it means to grow older as a woman in our world.

View a full photo set from the evening on 92Y Tribeca’s Flickr and  watch the video clip below featuring the panel share their insights on life, love, loss, and the wisdom and opportunities of age.



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20
Jul

These days, there are so many voices in the media talking about money – from Wall Street traders to small business owners to disaster survivors.  But where – and how — do the worlds of wealth and poverty collide?  Join us for an evening dedicated to breaking down these complicated issues and exploring the relationship between them.  With a multimedia presentation, a local expert on poverty and wealth inequality, and an opportunity to tap into the knowledge and perspectives in our own midst, you will leave this interactive evening with new information, new questions and likely new friends.  Let’s Listen — Learn – and Talk About Money!

Date: Thursday, July 29th

Time: 7pm – 9pm

Place: Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life, 5th Floor

Address: 7 East 10th Street (map)

To register: Visit http://planetmoney.eventbrite.com.

This event is brought to you by the Pursue City Team. For more information, contact newyorkcityteam@gmail.com.

Pursue sparks and sustains social change by channeling the unlimited passion and potential of Jewish change-makers in their 20s and 30s into action for a more just world.

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17
Jul

Weekly News Wrap Up – July 16, 1010

FEATURED STORY: On Thursday, Argentina became the first country in Latin America to legalize gay marriage!

www.humanrightsangle.com

This achievement was made additionally significant when the strong presence of the Catholic Church in Latin American countries is taken into account.  Read Article Here and Watch Video

How long until other Latin American countries and the United States can follow in their footsteps?

Read more about the Supreme Court, Reproductive Autonomy, Women in today’s Economy and Business, Women’s Rights around the world & Religion…

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Category : Living | News | Blog
16
Jul

Hi All!

We thought this event may be of interest to the Woodhull Community!

NOW-NYC presents:

Glass Shattered: Breaking Through to Your Potential

Wednesday, July 28 at 6:00 PM

Three top black women executives tell-all on making it to the top and what you can learn from their experiences to get ahead in your own career. Emmy Award-winning writer and producer, Elaine Meryl Brown, motivational speaker and career coach Marsha Haygood, and Deputy General Counsel of Time Inc., Rhonda Joy McClean, authors of the New York Times best seller Little Black Book of Success: Laws of Leadership for Black Women, share their indispensable advice for women on all rungs of the ladder.

As dynamic and successful high-powered black female executives who have been there and done that, Elaine, Marsha and Rhonda offer straightforward and prescriptive advice and want to help you tap into your leadership potential. Some leaders are born, but most leaders are made. They will show you how to make it to the top, one rung at a time.

Pre-event networking mixer with wine and cheese at 6:00pm | Event starts at 6:30 pm

RSVP: 212.627.9895 | contact@nownyc.org
Event Location: 150 W. 28th Street, Suite 304 @7th Avenue, NYC
Subway: 1, R, W, 6 to 28th Street

Category : Careers | Events | News | Blog
15
Jul

By: Leighann Lord Woodhull Alumna, originally posted to her blog Comic Perspective.

The Best 4th of July Ever
© 2010 Leighann Lord

It’s easy for the Fourth of July to go by in a blur of beer, barbeque and fireworks, but I never thought I’d have the best Fourth ever 4,625 miles away from American shores. My recent tour for Armed Forces Entertainment culminated with a final show at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo. If you’re wondering where that is think The Balkans, or for you history buffs, The Ottoman Empire.

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14
Jul

Hi, my name is Roya Nazarian, and I’m a Woodhull alumna as well as a summer intern.  I want to share my recent experience on a trip to Israel, which was truly life changing and enlightening for me.  I would recommend visiting the country to anyone who is interested in historical sights, politics, nature, and a little self-discovery!

Last month, I took my first trip ever to Israel with Taglit Birthright.  As a moderately conservative Jew from Long Island, I grew up hearing various accounts of the “home land,” from my parents, my rabbi, and family friends.  One cousin of mine raved about the delicious shawarma and beautiful Jewelry in Tel Aviv upon her return from Israel.  Another cousin returned with a whole new outlook on life and Judaism after visiting the holy city in Jerusalem and the West Wall.  I can’t say I had either of their exact experiences, but my trip was unique nevertheless.

The visit consisted of thirty-five Americans, like me, in their late teens and early twenties.  We all arrived extremely jet lagged and slightly confused about the dozens of different directions we were given: “always cover your head and shoulders in order to prevent dehydration, do not stop drinking water, don’t lag behind!”

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9
Jul

Woodhull Weekly Wrap-Up July 9, 2010

FEATURED STORY: A recent Pew Center Study shows that although, in theory, equal rights for men and women may be supported in both developing and more established countries; there is no consensus for how this can translate into actual equality.  This article also focuses on the gender gap in quality of life.  Read Article Here

Women’s Issues and News in:  Feminism, The Supreme Court, Human rights, Health, Sports & Entertainment

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25
Jun

Originally Posted to Peoplegogy on June 23, 2010

Leighann Lord is a Woodhull Alumna, visit her website at www.veryfunnylady.com

Often heard and seen on XM Sirius, comedy clubs, and other venues, Leighann Lord is seriously hella funny. Her comedy is the perfect mix of sarcasm and social commentary. More than a one-liner, she’s rocked on TV – appearing on ABC (The View), HBO (The Original Def Comedy Jam), Comedy Central (The World Stands Up and Premium Blend), Lifetime (Girl’s Night Out), and FoxNews (The Strategy Room). A writer as well, Leighann’s views on an array of topics can be read in Stage Time Magazine, The Huffington Post, and on her website: VeryFunnyLady.com. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Leighann Lord.

Will: Who is Leighann Lord? Why comedy?

Leighann: Leighann Lord is a world traveling stand-up comedian, writer, actress, black belt, type A workaholic-perfectionist, and unabashed sci-fi fan. I love writing, performing and making people laugh. It also helps that I hated my day job and being cooped up in a cubicle all day made me itch. And by itch, I mean cry.
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22
Jun

The San Francisco Chronicle’s Leah Garchik writes:

After the U.N. Conference on Women in Beijing 15 years ago, Hillary Rodham Clinton planted the seed for Vital Voices, a nongovernmental organization that works worldwide to support “emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs.” Cissie Swig, profoundly committed to a host of global causes, political campaigns, women’s rights and the arts, is on its board. And last Monday, she invited about 30 friends, mainly women with parallel passions, to dinner at Villa Taverna to meet Vital Voices President Alyse Nelson, who described the group’s work: identifying those women, educating and training them in financial skills, marketing, communication, leadership.

This gathering wasn’t just about providing financial support. After Nelson described projects in nearly 127 countries and suggested the possibility of a Bay Area council, guests leaped in with ideas for participating. Mills College President Janet Holmgren said Mills would be excited to be “the nexus” for a Bay Area presence; Anette Harris, board member for the International Museum of Women, suggested that institution and Vital Voices might work together on a speakers’ series; retired Bishop William Swing of the United Religions Initiative said, “A lot of times religion keeps women from taking a place at the table; we would like to sit down and talk with you about that”; radio producer-writer-Woodhull Institute founder Margo Magowan talked about training women for on-air appearances; and Cissie’s daughter-in-law Darian Swig, whose passion is Human Rights Watch, discussed the importance of supporting Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and suggested joining forces on a Liberia working group.

Cissie Swig had accomplished the evening’s goal, as she expressed in a goodnight wish: “Stay connected.”

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19
Jun

Dear Woodhull Community,

My name is Arielle Algarín, I am a rising Junior in the CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College and I am a summer intern at the Woodhull Institute.  I am majoring in Political Science and am interested in the expanding role of women in politics and gender equality.  My blog posts will reflect these interests and provide a weekly update of general women’s issues that are being discussed in the media.  The Weekly News Wrap-Up will include opinions and profiles of female leaders in politics and business.  My goal is to provide a resource for you to quickly access information that as a member of the Woodhull community would reflect your interests and keep you up-to-date with current events.

Read on for articles in Elections, The Supreme Court, Business, Immigration, Oil Spill, Women’s Rights, Reproductive Autonomy, and Sports

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