Home History I have a dream. Me too.

I have a dream. Me too.


We know the famous words Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in 1963. We know his dream – equality among races. Generations to come will know his dream. Standing the test of time, Dr. King’s dream and work were about peace, equality and love.

But when will we see equality for all? When will it be safe for women of all colors to report violence and abuse in their lives and at their place of work?

With 1 in 3 American women experiencing violence in their lives, I say the time is now. My dream is a safer America for all.

Elizabeth Power, Director of Marketing & PR, The Women’s Center for Advancement

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