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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Rose Parade Float Commemorates 100 Year Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote

“Years of Hope, Years of Courage” Float Celebrates  Women’s Right to Vote

If you were watching the 131st Rose Parade on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, CA or on tv, you might have seen this beautiful float and labor of love built to remind people of the 100th year anniversary in 2020 of the passage of the 19th Amendment.

Rose Bowl Parade 2019 Years of Hope, Years of Courage float honoring 100th year anniversary of Women's Right to Vote

“Years of Hope, Years of Courage” Float/Photo: ABC Screenshot

Nan Johnson, 89, and with no corporate backing, led the effort to raise more than $350,000 in donations. Up until the last moment volunteers were putting eucalyptus leaves on the Statue of Liberty. You can read about all the fascinating people riding on the float, several relatives of the early suffragettes, and more in this Pasadena Star News report.

Walking along were “The Outwalkers,” 98 women and two men dressed in white and carrying signs, representing the suffragette movement. Certainly a float to be very proud of all these 100 years later.

Bravo Nan Johnson and all who contributed to make this inspiring idea happen!

Here’s to a Festive and Peaceful Holiday for All!

We at TWE hope you have a wondrous holiday, full of love, laughter and kindness. We appreciate your support during 2019 and hope that the coming year brings you great happiness and all that you long for!

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Merry Holidays to All and a Peaceful 2019!

Valentines Red Cut Out Cookies

Wishing you a very Happy Holiday and a wonderful New Year.

Cheers from Pam, Stacey, Catherine and Garrett!

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Fun and Fancy Cut-Out Brownies for Valentine’s Day

Super Special Cut-Out Brownies for a Valentine’s Day Treat!

The sky’s the limit in the crafty decor you can put on these delicious cut-out brownies.

Valentines Red Cut Out Cookies

If you’re interested to know tips on how to make these lucious creations, go to
ladolcivita.blogspot and check out what the Busty Baker has to say about them.
She credits picky cook and smitten kitchen for her adaptations.

And for video help with the beautiful icing designs, she advises checking out
How to Make or Swirl Royal Icing at sweetopia.

They look like fun to make…with a little love and patience. 

Good luck with your design. And…

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE WOMEN’S EYE!

2017 Season’s Greetings
from The Women’s Eye!

PHOTO OF WEEK: Our TWE Book Launch is Tonight-Oct. 7-at Book Passage

Join us for our 20 Women Changemakers
Book Launch Tonight!

WE ARE EXCITED. Tonight–Oct. 7, 2017- is the night we officially launch our 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS (www.changemakersbook.com) at Book Passage, a wonderful bookstore in Corte Madera, CA. Please come and join us if you are in the San Francisco area.

Invite to Book Passage Book Party

Our panel is terrific…our radio host Stacey Gualandi will be there along with 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKER Doniece Sandoval, the founder of LAVA MAE. Laurie McAndish King, a TWE contributor and award-winning author, will be the moderator.

Treats with an international flavor in honor of our women from around the world will be featured. Join us!

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Reporter Stacey Gualandi and Brave Las Vegas Massacre Survivor Thomas Gunderson

TWE Contributor Stacey Gualandi Reports on
Las Vegas Massacre for Inside Edition

Stacey Gualandi, Thomas Gunderson, Las Vegas Massacre survivor/ Photo provided by Stacey from Inside Edition report

Stacey reports for Inside Edition in an interview with the very brave #ThomasGunderson. He was attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas Sunday night when he was shot in the leg. His instinct was to run towards the gunfire to try to stop the shooter. He describes the ordeal in terrifying detail and praises the many people of every shape, size and color came together to help one another.

He says he’s alive because of the selfless act of two off duty female police officers. He hopes to thank them in person some day. #prayforvegas#insideedition — at UMC Trauma Center.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 20 Women Changemakers is Here!

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!