Rachel Lloyd

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Celebrating Women Changemakers Should Be A Concerted Effort

Originally published on The Huffington Post Recently, Marie Claire introduced a “20 Women Changing the World” magazine section in honor of its 20th anniversary. In a list including Chelsea Clinton, Eva Longoria, and Melinda Gates, Marie Claire spotlighted “20 movers, shakers, mavericks, and badasses who

Let's Change Our Perspective

Among many undertakings, Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services (CONNSACS) periodically trains volunteers to operate a sexual assault crisis hotline that is available 24 hours to victims of sexual assault in Connecticut. Volunteers are trained to understand the historical context of feminism, the intricacies and psychology

The Freedom Center: Bridging the Past and Present of Slavery

As we approach the end of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month here in the US, I want to take a moment to highlight an institution that is making strides in raising awareness about the reality and horrors of slavery and human trafficking. And,

Google+ Hangout with Nicholas, Somaly and Rachel to discuss Slavery and Sex Trafficking

Thank you for following our Google+ hangout with @NickKristof, @GEMSGIRLS' @rachelgems2, @SomalyMam & @FreedomCenter's @lukeblocher! — SOF: Social Good (@SOFsocialgood) January 10, 2013 Today some of us at Girls’ Globe joined the Google+ Hangout with New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof, GEMS founder Rachel Lloyd and Cambodian

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