“We run in the open on our streets — men and women, young and old, new immigrants and foreigners, in shorts not armor, with abandon and never fear, eyes always on the prize, never on all those “suspicious” bundles on the curb. In today’s world, sometimes we pay for that quintessentially American naïveté, but the benefits — living in an open society — always outweigh the costs.” ...
"We run, not because we think it is doing us good,...
- SIR ROGER GILBERT BANNISTER
“… many view female involvement in sport as a potential radical and...– Source: Women, Sport, and Development
Sport can play a role in improving the lives of individuals, not only...– Read more here.
Aid programs that provide women opportunities to better their health, education,...– USAID Report
We judge our value in society by seeing ourselves reflected in the culture. I...
On October 3rd, 2012 the YWCA of Evanston held their 5th annual YWomen Leadership Awards. The awards “recognize, support and promote women’s leadership and the impact women have in our community.” It was a fantastic night with over 400 attendees. I was one of the lucky recipients alongside two other amazing women who have worked for women’s rights: Alice Tregay, Kaethe Morris...