The following article was written by Beth Robertson, Research Fellow at Women’s Earth Alliance. This article was published in the Spring 2011 “A Matter of Spirit” newsletter published by Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center.  To read more click here. In 2010, two powerful women leaders from Ghana—Florence Iddrisu and Fulera Mumuni—participated in a training through…

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“In a [Navajo] creation story, the people were given a choice of two yellow powders. They chose the yellow dust of corn pollen, and were instructed to leave the other yellow powder—uranium—in the soil and never to dig it up. If it were taken from the ground, they were told, a great evil would come.”…

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Women Earth Alliance’s Advocacy Director Caitlin Sislin was interviewed by VolunTourism, an organization that promotes volunteering around the world. In it she says, “Collaboration with and support of … women leaders is really an investment in health, sustainability and justice for communities.” Read the full interview here!

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Preparation Days-Global Women’s Water Initiative West African Women and Water Training By Mariah Maggio The latest adventure of GWWI’s Women and Water Training program in bringing powerful African women together to create solutions for water issues has begun! The phrase, “hit the ground running” was never as appropriately applied as to how it describes the…

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