Speakers look to serve as models for women who are working to strengthen the social and civic fabric of their communities.Read More...
Because of the limits of tribal authority, there’s often little that women can do to bring their attackers to justice. Lawyers and others are looking to the U.N.'s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples for help.
A panel of five women journalists kicks off the Rural Women’s Summit in Greenville, South Carolina.
#VoteRunLead helps women run for political office. Its session at the Women’s Summit will focus on the unique circumstances of rural women.
Wendi Goods Everson finds that her work at the Danville (Virginia) Regional Foundation is bolstered by the informal relationships she’s built as a community volunteer and her life-long connection to the city where she grew up.
The National Rural Assembly’s Women’s Summit explores ways to strengthen women leaders, who frequently play key roles in their communities without formal titles or recognition.
Immigrant-rights advocate Marlene Chavez says change doesn’t come easy. She’ll share her perspective with 200 other leaders at the first Rural Women’s Summit next week.
The Verde Community Project helps young people address community issues in Santa Fe and surrounding areas. The YouthWorks project is built on the idea that solving problems requires seeing how they are connected.