From fighting AIDS, to finding sponsors for underserved African-American girls to travel the world and meet other cultures, to women’s empowerment, educational programs, to African-American women’s development of political prowess; these five nonprofits led by inspiring women are truly worth supporting. They make the world a better place. Read on to learn about their impact.
With the aim of promoting gender equality and social justice, Women Like Us Foundation extends a helping hand globally. We have been very fortunate to work with women, children, and families from the west coast to the east. From California to Indiana to Kenya to the Dominican Republic, we have no boundaries. We strive to create a world where equality reigns supreme. Read more about our impact and the work we love to do, and join us in our campaign to empower women universally!
On February 25, 2018, Women Like Us Foundation will present the documentary Women Like Us, Three Journeys. One Mission. To Change the World. The film, executive produced by Women Like Us co-founder Linda Rendleman, and co-produced by Women Like Us Global Ambassador Catt Sadler, is a rallying cry for women to continue the fight for equality for all.
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Is time really up now? Is the time up for silence? Is it really up for those who don't have a voice?
One of the most influential couples in USA history, Martin L. King and Coretta S. King were strong advocates for women’s rights.
These 4 women have proven to be one of the most successful female entrepreneurs that are making a difference in today's chaotic world with their expertise, persistence, generosity and above all their grace. The world definitely needs more women like these four.
This years Golden Globes will be remembered by beautiful actresses wearing black gowns, fiery speeches and gender equality paroles.
Years ago I partnered with my friend Elaine Voci to present an all day conference. The title was FINDING YOUR VOICE. We each spoke about the power of speaking up and being proud to present your real self, your real opinions, your real conversation to the world. It's empowering and important.
In light of my daughter Catt Sadler who resigned from her job at E Entertainment due to pay disparity, the conversation has once begun with a fury! I hope you'll join me in standing up for gender equality and social justice in this very important time in history for women.
With dynamic women on the forefront...I do believe we'll actually get somewhere this time.
2018 is the year of women. Women all over the world are rising with one another and fighting back for equality in every aspect. We are all role models and can make a difference with our voices speaking in unison.
I was worried about our impact this year. In fact, we had so many things come up that distracted from our goals, that it was difficult to concentrate, focus and share our achievements when I so very much wanted to connect more with you…
I believe strongly in the power of women to create change. I started the program as an empowerment program for young girls to create confidence. There is a significant need for positive people and positive real role models for girls to aspire to become.
There is a reason that I rarely make my own posts on the foundation website. The Women Like Us mission is not about me; it is about us. I founded Women Like Us to support, celebrate, and recognize women-led initiatives. Initiatives that catalyze change for women (and the world), and actions that bring us closer to gender equality.
On a Global Scale, the greatest form of human trafficking is for sexual exploitation, with women and children being the most vulnerable. Approximately 1.2 million girls and boys are trafficked each year worldwide.
We spoke to women who have grappled with their affection for men accused of sexual misconduct.
By now you may have heard about Cyntoia Brown, a young woman who is serving a life sentence for the murder of a Nashville man in 2004. In 2004, Brown was only 16 years-old, and living not with a parent, relative, or even a friend but her pimp. Cyntoia Brown was a child sex-trafficking victim, and this case is not new.
Women Like Us Foundation organized an event to collect funds to help #sextraffickingvictims on the path to recovery. The event took place at Ben Talei, MD – Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery‘s office in Beverly Hills.
It’s been almost two months since a Pennsylvania teen who’d recently moved to New York City disappeared.