Archive for April, 2012

Apr 26, 2012

Surviving at the Intersections- Barriers to Health for API Women

Surviving at the Intersections- Barriers to Health for API Women by Shivana Jorawar, Esq., National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum is proudly taking part in the Health Equity Can’t Wait! blog carnival celebrating National Minority Health Month. Participating bloggers are health, consumer, women’s rights, and provider advocates committed […]

Apr 25, 2012

NAPAWF joins Health Equity Can’t Wait Blog Carnival!

Health Care is Always a Human Right By Christine Soyong Harley, Policy and Programs Director, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum is proudly taking part in the Health Equity Can’t Wait! blog carnival celebrating National Minority Health Month.  Participating bloggers are health, consumer, women’s rights, and provider advocates […]

Apr 05, 2012

What FIERCE means to DC!

*The Fierce Women I Know* The Fierce Women I know Have fled countries carrying nothing But the memory of their homeland on their skin. They have outlived world wars Been bought, enslaved, persecuted And denied the right to an education. They have engaged in battles for their bodies Witnessed power corrupt their families And felt […]

Apr 04, 2012

15 Years from DC!

The NAPAWF-DC Board shares their visions for the next 15 years of NAPAWF working to advance social justice and human rights for API women and girls. See Previous Chapter | See Next Chapter Go Back to Main Page

Apr 04, 2012

What FIERCE means to St. Cloud!

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Apr 04, 2012

What FIERCE means to Sacramento!

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