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TWE INTERVIEW: Award-Winning Producer Stacey Reiss On Her Passion for Filmmaking

By Patricia Caso/March 13, 2019 - When we last spoke with Stacey Reiss she had just produced the award-winning movie The Eagle Huntress. Since that time she's been very busy producing three fascinating films..
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TWE INTERVIEW: Award-Winning Producer Stacey Reiss On Her Passion for Filmmaking TWE INTERVIEW: Award-Winning Producer Stacey Reiss On Her Passion for Filmmaking

TWE RADIO: Filmmaker Kamala Lopez On the Movement to Ratify the E.R.A.

March 1, 2019--Stacey Gualandi chats with Kamala Lopez, the award-winning actress, activist and director of the documentary Equal Means Equal. The film received Best U.S. Documentary (Audience Award)..
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TWE RADIO: Filmmaker Kamala Lopez On the Movement to Ratify the E.R.A. TWE RADIO: Filmmaker Kamala Lopez On the Movement to Ratify the E.R.A.

Writer Chaithanya Sohan Puts a Face on the Immigrant’s Journey

By Patricia Caso/January, 2019 - For this installment of First Time Authors, we found America Deconstructed, a compelling anthology of sixteen immigrants who have come to America...
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Writer Chaithanya Sohan Puts a Face on the Immigrant’s Journey Writer Chaithanya Sohan Puts a Face on the Immigrant's Journey

TWE RADIO: Carole Brody Fleet On Loss, Widowhood and Taking Your Life Back

February 6, 2018--Stacey Gualandi chats with Carole Brody Fleet, author of "Loss is a Four-Letter Word" about grief and healing after loss..
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TWE RADIO: Carole Brody Fleet On Loss, Widowhood and Taking Your Life Back TWE RADIO: Carole Brody Fleet On Loss, Widowhood and Taking Your Life Back

TAKE A LOOK: TWE Radio with Las Vegas Restaurateur Elizabeth Blau

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“Work hard. Stay involved in your community. You can make a difference.”
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, January 13, 2015

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20 Women Changemakers is Here!

Featuring the stories of 20 Women Changemakers, our new book explores the
struggles and triumphs of these women so that you, too, might want to make an impact
and change the world!  They are making a difference in communities from
America to Africa, the Middle East and beyond.

If you purchase it on Amazon, please leave us a review! We have bookclub questions in the book if you’d like to have your own bookclub gathering.

We thank you for being a part of TWE!

Here are three of our amazing women: Gulalai Ismail in Pakistan, Maggie Doyne in Nepal and Doniece Sandoval, San Francisco.

20 Women Changemakers Book is Here | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio Show

Three of the courageous women featured in “20 Women Changemakers,”
published by The Women’s Eye, co-edited by veteran broadcast producers and journalists,
Pamela Burke and Patricia Caso. http://changemakersbook.com

(Left to Right) Gulalai Ismail, who is fighting for girls’ rights in Pakistan through her organization, Aware Girls. Maggie Doyne, who used her babysitting money to build a safe home for Nepali orphans. Doniece Sandoval, founder of “Lava Mae” who brings showers and dignity to the homeless in San Francisco.

You can also ask for it at your local bookstores. The sales will help us continue with our work on this website, podcasts, and future radio programs.

It will also spread the word about our remarkable women and what they are accomplishing, which is our number one objective!

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SUE’S REVIEW — HOLIDAY BOOK PICKS

By Sue Podbielski/December 3, 2011 If you love to give books as holiday gifts (or just want a tome with which to spend your days off), here’s a year-end round-up of those that made my list for best books of the last six months. 1. George Harrison: Living in the Material World by Olivia … [Read More...]

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