About BarbaraBarbara Spraker, an educator, is a catalyst for transformation. She is passionate about drawing out and amplifying women's power. Barbara teaches in the Center for Creative Change at Antioch University Seattle and has led capacity-building workshops for women for more than 20 years.
About This BlogThe story about women and our place in the world, the one we tell ourselves, the one history describes, the one that holds the assumptions that influence decisions and interpretations all around the world - that story was written by men. Our responsibility - and our opportunity - is to create our own story! Read more >
Category Archives: Social justice
It takes a village, so the African saying goes, to raise children. It also takes a village, it can be argued, to create a project with a trajectory to create positive change. There is a village behind this project, creating … Continue reading →
Leyla Welkin, Ph.D. in Cross-Cultural Psychology specializing in trauma treatment, in a recent blog describes training regarding family violence which she and two others presented in Canakkale, Turkey. The training was for representatives from the police, lawyers, family court judges, … Continue reading →
Selen is a journalist and has chosen to use her skills at Flying Broom, a media oriented NGO that works for women’s rights. Flying Broom will celebrate its 15th anniversary in May, 2012. This is an unusually long life for … Continue reading →