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The Gender Bias of Global Warming

 As is too often the case, women bear the brunt of environmental degradation, pollution and other issues. Last Fall an excellent article relating to women and the impacts of Global Warming (aka “Climate Change”) appeared in the Huffington Post. It was written by Parker Liautaud, a polar explorer (he crossed Antarctica twice to do research)

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VWC Provides Support for The Artemis Project

Kristen M. Rivers has a long affiliation with the Valley Women’s Club, first with the Environmental Committee for many years, and then keeping in touch as she provided educational opportunities for young people, and now with an unique new endeavor, The Artemis Project — an education and mentorship program that “envisions a world of healthy,

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WOMEN’S ISSUES

By Sheila DeLany, Committee Chair Serving on the County Women’s Commission can be a very exciting and enlightening experience. I was among three members of the Commission, along with former VWC Board Member Donna Ziel, who met with eight members of a delegation from Tblisi, Georgia (former USSR) on the topic of gender equity and

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DANCE as Isadora Duncan Danced!

Learn from Lois Flood! Workshop Sunday, November 16, 2 pm The enormous success of our presentation on Isadora Duncan, Icon of Freedom for Women, presented by Duncan expert Lois Flood at Park Hall last January, stimulated the idea for a second program where participants could actually learn dance in the style of Isadora Duncan. Ms

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