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[11 Dec 2013 | No Comment | 18,080 views]
Excerpt: What Will It Take to<br /> Make a Woman President?

by Marianne Schnall,
Founder, Exec. Director
Feminist.com

Excerpted from What Will It Take to Make A Woman President?: Conversations About Women, Leadership, and Power by Marianne Schnall. Copyright © 2013. Excerpted with permission from Seal Press.

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[23 Apr 2013 | 2 Comments | 1,652 views]
YOU GOTTA HAVE GIRLFRIENDS – <br />My Circle of Trust on the Internet!

A Mini Blog Tour
For My Ebook

You Gotta Have Girlfriends is a traveling “circle of trust “- of love and support – on the Internet shared by my girlfriends. Join me to celebrate our post-fifty posses and ourselves on the blogs and websites of my pioneering girlfriends. — Suzanne

“Suzanne Levine takes us beyond the frontier of our own expectations and into a new and hope-filled stage of life.”
– Gloria Steinem

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[6 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 1,381 views]
STRIKE, DANCE! Eve Ensler’s <br />One Billion Rising/ Feb. 14. 2013

Marianne Schnall
Women’s Media Center

On February 14, V-Day’s Eve Ensler calls on “one billion women and those who love them” to rise up to confront violence against women.

I was in the room 15 years ago, when activist and playwright Eve Ensler announced her intention to use proceeds from her award winning play “The Vagina Monologues” as a vehicle to raise funds and awareness to stop violence against women. That night, V-Day, the global initiative to end violence against women and girls, was born.

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[6 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 1,138 views]
Welcome to Feminist.com

By Marianne Schnall, Founder &
Executive Director

“A central hub for leading feminist thought-leaders”
Feminist.com was founded in 1995, as a few women and I gathered around the kitchen table in my New York City apartment. The web was pretty new back then, and we wanted to tap into its amazing power to offer people around the world access to information about human rights, women’s issues, health, anti-violence resources, grassroots activism, women’s businesses, and pretty much anything that could possibly support a world where men and women are allied, empowered and equal.