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Women’s WORDS

Hope For the Future in a Year of Uncertainty

Hope For the Future in a Year of Uncertainty

March of 2020 became the year of uncertainty for most of us, as the Second Quarter of the year brought us chaos, confusion, and sadly loss. We all experienced a heightened level of insecurity, uncertainty, and anxiety. Coupled with racial and gender inequality, we...

A Woman’s Words

A Woman’s Words

A woman's words, vocal expressions, written articulation, and utterances carry weight and the ability to build up or tear down. Her words, your words, my words, our words, there's power in a woman's words. There is the power to impair, destroy, discourage, and shame;...

Feminist I Am Not

Feminist I Am Not

Author: Talethia Edwards First Wave, second wave, third wave or new wave, white or black feminist I am not... You ask why? I say why not? I never learned how my femininity or womanhood could work for me in any place except the bedroom. Told from a child “You should...

Women’s WORDS

The written word is a powerful and influential tool, allowing for the sharing of ideas, knowledge, events, stories, and so many other important elements of the human experience. Women’s Words is a space to highlight and expand the much needed voices of women in this important form of expression. 

Members simply submit their article for publication to our website blog, and receive feedback, discussion and interest from our Women Wednesdays community and beyond. Your article will also be shared on our social media channels. You may include your name, title, email, logo, and headshot. You may also select if you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced writer. We don’t require perfection, just your best effort.

By submitting your article, you give Women Wednesdays permission to publish your provided information and article to our website and social media channels.