We’ve made it! say a prayer, amen! It’s 2018 and the flow of goals and resolutions are making it’s way through all social networks, and what we have been seeing over at HERcultivaion is the the year of the woman!
Our strategy to bringing our tribe together is through storytelling. We want to create a hub where women can talk about fears, challenges, changes, goals, achievements and so on. We want to celebrate you! but we also know, with our goals their are challenges and distractions, doubts and fears, so we want to give you that push towards reaching them goals and will share women stories, women like yourselves.
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin chronicles the achievements of 8 women. Each story is different but same in determination, ambition, persistence and growth. Watch the stories of Issa Rae, Diane von Furstenberg, Ava DuVernay, Ashley Graham, Sheryl Crow, Betty White, Tracey Reese and Pat Benatar.
In the most polarized and passionate, the most angry and aggressive news environment in recent memory, my job as a journalist requires me — often — to push back in live interviews against comments that are unfair, untrue or leave me thinking, “Is this seriously happening right now?”
I have to use my voice. I must speak up.
Throughout the 2016 presidential election, I listened. At debates and rallies, I heard their voices clearly and felt compelled to do something more. Thousands and thousands of women spoke with confidence and conviction. They were women of all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities — all political persuasions. Yes, so many of them were hoping for history to be made: a first female president. But when that didn’t happen, I asked myself, “Where will all these women go?” I had a hunch something significant was about to happen as women were speaking out and showing up in record numbers. From the stage at the Women’s March in Washington D.C. last January, where I witnessed the collective strength of those who traveled great distances to be seen and heard, it was overwhelming. And, personally, it was crystal clear: the next chapter of my career would focus on women.
American Woman Watch Here