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See Jane Do, hosted by Elisa Parker

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Rupa Marya of Rupa and the April Fishes speaks with Elisa Parker about their new Album, Growing Upward, social movements, and the integration of music and medicine.
If we were connected, what would you do now?  How do you feed each other's potential?  What are you inspired to do next?  How do I sustain this relationship or how do I even find the "perfect" relationship? Sonika Tinker and Christian Pedersen
About Dr. Nancy International philanthropist, skilled horsewoman, and trailblazer for women’s empowerment, Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD, believes women who support each other in abundance and joy are the key to equality. A successful author a
Elisa Parker spoke with YouTube personality and Millennial sex educator, Laci Green in this in depth interview during the Judge Kavanaugh hearings.  She discusses sex, safety, power, the benefits and challenges of being a YouTube sensation, wha
Elisa Parker spoke with YouTube personality and Millennial sex educator, Laci Green in this in depth interview during the Judge Kavanaugh hearings.  She discusses sex, safety, power, the benefits and challenges of being a YouTube sensation, wha
Audrey Denney is creating a Blue Wave in California's North State but the California District 1 candidate says "this election isn't just about turning a Red seat Blue, this isn't just about electing a new congresswoman. What we're doing is crea
“My time is spent almost equally now between stand up and resistance…I do take pride in saying to women of all ages that this part (fighting for equality) isn’t over yet.  We have to jump higher, work harder and think of new imaginative ways to
By Elisa Parker The legacy of Lily Tomlin: “I’m more than happy to know that there was a kid named Elisa who regaled her younger siblings with Edith Ann stories.  That’s as much as anything can be.” ~Lily Tomlin   We’ve all had our childhoo
“I think we all felt the power of the Women’s March which happened everywhere.  We were out on the street and now we bring this conversation to where the change needs to happen; in companies, schools, government and local communities.” ~Tiffany
“Taking action doesn’t just mean tweeting, it doesn’t mean just creating a Facebook post, it has to be more than that.  We have to get from behind our computer screens and get out and be a part of our communities and make a difference.  The fir
“There is work to be done and you don’t need to live a lukewarm life.  The world needs all of us, both men and women…we need to recognize the ways that we are not whole and have the courage to do the work to get there.”~Oscar Perez, PhD
“The most important things that impact everyday life happen at the local level and we as women are well positioned to really get activated and engaged in a way that we haven’t been before.  For a lot of women because of our upbringing and how w
“We’re not here to be perfect.  We’re here to expand ourselves and continually learn.“ ~Torie Henderson, Life Coach for Moms and Daughters
“I feel like STEM gets a bad rap, like it’s all equations and typing stuff up.  For me it’s about understanding the world and being able to solve these problems that everyone has and it’s so great to have everyone’s perspective.  That’s why we
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