RESOURCES

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During these trying times, women need self-empowerment tools, support
and resources more than ever!
With all the troubling things happening in the world right now, it may feel as though humanity and especially women, are losing ground.

It may also feel as though New World Women's vision in which all beings thrive with dignity, joy, abundance, peace and profound love— living in the embrace of a cherished Mother Earth is further from reality.

Yet, NOW is the time for us to unite and

  • breathe

  • stay grounded and centered (to the best of our ability)

  • practice self-care

  • hold our spiritual vision for the world we want

  • educate ourselves

  • share knowledge

  • come together in community

  • support one another

  • take action

We offer this page of resources.

Please email info@NewWorldWomen.com with your suggestions for additional resources.

These resources are listed in three categories:
1. Self-Care
​2. Education
3. Action
 
SELF-CARE
BreathLogic
Nonprofit organization dedicated to Breath Literacy and global peace
Changing the world through the power of breath by teaching people how to breathe better and together. BreathLogic offers free breathing tutorials for self-care.
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Musical Reflections
Providing therapeutic harp music and programs
Musical Reflections provides CDs, downloads, books and educational programs on the healing power of music by founder and therapeutic harpist, Tami Briggs. The focus is on relaxation, stress reduction and deep peace. 
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New World Women
Self-empowerment tools, education and support for women
New World Women is a unique community of like-hearted women who receive financial rewards for learning and growing together, taking care of themselves and helping others. New World Women Luminaries provide teachings for self-empowerment, self-care and support.
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Rhythmic Medicine
Providing relaxation music therapy
Janalea Hoffman, founder of Rhythmic Medicine uses therapeutic music composed at 50 or 60 beats per minute to reduce stress and lower blood pressure. She offers a wide range of CD's and music downloads.
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EDUCATION
Planned Parenthood
Delivers vital sexual and reproductive health care, sex education and information to millions of people
Planned Parenthood's mission is to ensure all people have access to the care and resources they need to make informed decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their futures. Founded in 1916, Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, educator, and passionate advocate here in the U.S. as well as a strong partner to health and rights organizations around the world. 
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Heather Cox Richardson
American political historian and professor of American history
ACTION
Professor Richardson teaches nineteenth-century American history at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. Her early work focused on the transformation of political ideology from the Civil War to the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. She is currently working on intellectual history of American politics and a graphic treatment of the Reconstruction Era.  Professor Richardson posts daily on Facebook. 
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Sisters In Law Podcast
A brilliant team of political and legal masterminds shed light on complex issues
Joyce Vance, Jill Wine-Banks, Barb McQuade, and Kimberly Atkin pull back the curtain on how our government actually works, take on the corrupt, share insights and discuss issues of the day.
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ACTION
Avaaz.org
A global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere
Avaaz—meaning "voice" in several European, Middle Eastern and Asian languages—launched in 2007 with a simple democratic mission: organize citizens of all nations to close the gap between the world we have and the world most people everywhere want.
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CenterforCommonGround.org
A non-partisan voting rights organization led by people of color
Center for Common Ground's mission is to empower under-represented voters to fully participate in democracy. Working with local partners across the country, we are running multiple campaigns to defend voting rights on the local, state and national level. Together with the help of our volunteers and partner organizations, we are educating and mobilizing under represented voters in voter suppression states to take action and protect their right to vote.
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League of Women Voters
A nonpartisan, grassroots organization working to protect and expand voting rights and ensure everyone
is represented in our democracy
Heather Cox Richardson - a political historian who uses facts and history to put the news in context.
League of Women Voters empowers voters and defends democracy through advocacy, education, and litigation, at the local, state, and national levels.
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Vote Equality US
A nonpartisan, grassroots effort promoting Equal Rights for all Americans
Vote Equality US works to add the 28th Amendment (Equal Rights) to the United States Constitution. Our vision is to ensure the fully-ratified, 28th Amendment is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution to bring America one step closer to delivering on its promise of liberty and justice for all.
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