Dear Friend, Today, International Women’s Day, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation commends the millions of women and men across the state, country and world who are sharing their strength by participating in a #DayWithoutAWoman. By striking, marching, supporting women- and minority-owned businesses, donating to women’s organizations and #wearingred, we are building a collective voice in support of […]
We want to congratulate our Chair, Mary Jo Brown for being selected as a 2014 Influencer in the Business NH Influencer Index! She does terrific work for gender equity in New Hampshire and we are all appreciative of her efforts! She is more than deserving of this recognition. Pick up the current issues of Business […]
During the Golden Globes yesterday, Bing featured an advertisement of women who have inspired the world this year. Played to the song “Brave” by Sara Bareilles, Bing celebrates all that women have achieved this year and encourages all of us to be brave in 2014. Click Here to see the Advertisement!
The Shriver Reports, spearheaded by Maria Shriver, have become important and respected documents that give us a contemporary look at women in our society today. The latest report was released Sunday! Click Here for the Full Report!
Join us November 2nd at 7pm for this not-to-be-missed movie and discussion on women’s portrayal in the media. This is a great film to bring your daughters, too as well! Here is a review for family-moviegoers from Common Sense Media: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/movie-reviews/miss-representation Buy your tickets at The Music Hall website here: http://www.themusichall.org/calendar/event/miss_respresentation Link to download printable […]
Atlantic Runs Screed Against Working Families By Caryl Rivers WeNews commentator Thursday, April 26, 2012 (WOMENSENEWS)–The Atlantic recently published a screed titled “Why the U.S. Economy Is Biased Against Men” by an author named Marty Nemko. It’s a silly piece, but the trivializing and misreporting on issues of child care and family policy must be […]