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THE book Mother, Sisters, Daughters: Standing on their shoulders outlines the stories of 22 women who have made a difference, in large ways or small. Some of them are well known: Hildegard of Bingen, Aung San Suu Kyi, Julian of Norwich. Others are not: Lucy Wisdom, Rachel Corrie, Wangari Muta Maathai. For each of the women there is a brief introduction, a drawing of her, and a poem that highlights her achievements. The book is written and put together by Edwina Gateley and ...

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Mon 16 Jan 17 @ 20:28
It’s about service, not tourism Rebecca Paveley examines options for overseas mission trips https://t.co/AoRL2zWpR9

Mon 16 Jan 17 @ 19:12
Anne Summers on the uncelebrated interfaith initiatives of Christian and Jewish women at the turn of the century https://t.co/mzWsRUhFVC