Mother and Daughter Raising Awareness about Human Trafficking

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This week’s feature story provides our readers and NAPW members with an eye-opening account of a mother and daughter who are doing their part in the fight against human trafficking, a disturbing form of sexual violence that unfortunately exists within our country, not only overseas.

The Rise of Women’s Networking Organizations and NAPW

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NAPW defines success as “owning your own power.” It took centuries of individual women fighting for equal rights for everyone. And, as times changed, women realized their voices would resonate louder if they joined forces as one collective voice. This “union” of coming together took courage, commitment and bravery as each woman “owned her power” in eras of history when women were often told to be seen and not heard.

Star’s Corner: Red, White & Blue — Memorial Day Remembrance

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“…No ceremony can do justice to their memory. No honor will ever fill their absence. But on Memorial Day … we give thanks for those who sacrificed everything so that we could be free. And we commit ourselves to upholding the ideals for which so many patriots have fought and died.” –President Barack Obama

The sound of “Taps” solemnly echoes in the distance while the cool breeze rushes over poppies thriving in the green, creating brilliant harmony to drown a million sighs as we pause to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country… their life.…