You may have a friend, relative, or neighbor who is being abused. You may have witnessed the violence, heard it, seen physical signs of it, or merely suspected it for various reasons. What should you do?
WomenRising is unbelievably excited to announce a partnership between Joi-Louise The Label and WomenRising. Starting this Domestic Violence Awareness Month, 5% of all proceeds to Joi-Louise The Label will be donated to WomenRising.
Mya Angelou once said, “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” A carpenter by day, the founder of a nonprofit organization by night, Ashia Smith lives her life through this quote. When something in her life is not working the way she likes it – she alters her physical being until she does.
When I was 23, I lived a life that seemed to have jumped out to me from MTV. I worked at one of the coolest Spanish radio stations in the country during a time period when Reggaeton and Latin Pop were creating new markets in New York City, Miami, and all over the United States. Each weekend, you could find me either holding down the VIP section of an exclusive sold out show or nightclub or at outings becoming friends with celebrities I once just watched on television.