I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

August 3, 2014 12:00 AM

Introducing the Herald's new column, 'I Am Woman, Hear Me Write'

We have stories to tell, ideas to share, issues to tackle. We want to start conversations, inspire actions, motivate change. And we're already having fun.

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About I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

I Am Woman, Hear Me Write

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A column about regular women doing extraordinary things. We want to make you laugh, cry, talk and think. We want to nudge each other out of that proverbial box. We will celebrate, commiserate, and sometimes take a critical look.

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