Posted October 08, 2018 07:17:11There are plenty of things to be proud of in the world today.
Whether you are a feminist, a black woman, or a transgender woman, we all deserve to be able to be our true selves and celebrate our diversity, and celebrate the accomplishments of our mothers and sisters and our sisters and brothers and our brothers and sisters.
But one thing I have to be very careful about is trying to tell the story of the women’s movement.
I want to talk about what we’ve been through, what we can do to make sure that happens in the future.
I think we have an obligation to do that.
We’ve been a part of the American story for hundreds of years, but it has been a slow-motion train wreck.
We are now at a turning point, and the future is bright.
There are women and men, men and women, who are in the forefront of this movement, and there are women who are leading it, and we all need to step up and take responsibility.
For the past six months, I’ve been working on an interactive narrative, and it’s called #GirlWritesWhat.
It’s about what it is to be a feminist in this moment.
And as I’m reading the stories of the most prominent women in our movement, I think I’m going to be surprised by what they’re saying about their own experiences and about the struggles that they’re facing.
I’m also going to learn a lot about the women who I’ve never met and never will meet.
But the biggest thing that I want you to take away is that you are not alone.
We have all of these stories to tell.
We don’t have to share them with everyone.
You can share them yourself.
We need all of us to stand together and stand up for our rights and our equality.
It is important that we remember that we are all in this together.
We cannot be afraid to be who we are.
I hope you’ll join me as I tell the stories and tell the women the stories, and help them take responsibility for their own lives and the lives of their children.
Let’s start with a story of one of our sisters, and then we’ll tell another story of a woman who’s in the same position as this woman.
My name is Lauren M. Williams, and I’m a writer, journalist, and activist in the Women’s Media Center.
I am the author of the book #GirlwritesWhat, which was published this past October.
#GirlWriteesWhat was originally a response to a question that I got from one of the Women in Power community members.
The question was about the importance of a feminist community for the movement.
There were some great responses, and one of them was from a member of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Her comment was: What do we want to see happen?
I asked her, and she replied: I think the movement is not only about women, but about everyone.
We can be as strong as women, or we can be stronger than women, and that is what we should be talking about.
I’ve read so many books about the Black Liberation movement, but I wanted to do something different.
I wanted people to get the message that there is no movement that is just for women.
That’s what #GirlIsWhat is all about.
That was a beautiful, beautiful comment.
That inspired me to make the first book in my life, called #MyDaughters.
We wanted to take that quote and create a book that was about how women can create their own communities.
#MyDsaughters is a collection of stories of women that were inspired by and are part of movements and their stories.
I wrote a whole series of stories about the lives and work of women who have been inspired by the Black Power movement, from Black Lives Movement to Black Liberation to the Black Panther Party.
They are women like me, and they are women that have been in these communities and they know them.
It has been inspiring to me to be writing about women that I’ve met through these communities, and these women that are part and parcel of my community.
So #MyDSaughters is an anthology of stories and a collection that is about women and their lives.
I have been a Black woman for decades, and my life has always been about being strong, but also about standing up for myself.
I learned from my father, who fought for civil rights, and he was an activist for women, for racial justice, for the rights of Black women.
We’re all connected.
#IAmAnAngel #IAMAN ANGEL has been created by Lauren M Williams, the editor of #GirlisWhat.
Lauren is a writer and the co-founder of the New York-based Black Feminist Writers Collective, which has been publishing books about feminist literature and activism for nearly 40 years.
She is also a longtime editor of The Advocate and is the cofounder of The Black Feminist Book