Worthy Women started with a vision and a belief that everything we do stems from a place of whether we "feel worthy" or are hustling to make others believe we are.
Too often, we play it small or safe; we talk ourselves down from our dreams and second-guess our abilities. It's easy to forget the possibilities we envision for ourselves stem from what we think we deserve. To build relationships, businesses, and find our creativity, we must first accept and believe we are worthy of them, because we inherently are worthy. We created our free monthly event series as a safe space for tech and creative entrepreneurial women to learn best practices needed for success, but also to create a safe space and supportive community of amazing women, who dare to play by their own rules, forge their own path, and live their true self-worth. So, ask yourself… When did you realize you were worthy? When did you decide you were worth more than ‘that'?
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the Hip Hop Caucus
Founded in 2004, Hip Hop Caucus is a national, non-profit, and non-partisan organization that connects the Hip Hop community to the civic process to build power and create positive change. The Hip Hop Caucus emerged from four organizations in 2004: Russell Simmons’ Hip Hop Summit Action Network, P. Diddy’s Citizen Change (“Vote or Die!”), Jay Z’s “Voice Your Choice”, and AFL-CIO’s “Hip Hop Voices.” Over the past decade, Hip Hop Caucus has become a sustainable organization with grassroots infrastructure in twenty major U.S. cities. We strategically partner with entertainment industry leaders and national and local advocacy organizations, and we have a respected presence in the halls of the U.S. Congress, the White House, many federal agencies, and the United Nations.
Take Back the Night
In the late 1960s, TBTN held events in the United States after coming stateside from Europe. The Foundation’s Board members and supporters came together to unite the hundreds of events being held under the TBTN banner around the world. Our Mission as a charitable 501(c)3 Foundation is to end sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual abuse, and all other forms of sexual violence.
Our Board of Advisors represents a cross-section of those who have a long-standing history with Take Back the Night and passion for our cause. We create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives. Women across the world are taking back their voices by speaking out against these crimes, but there is much to be accomplished in the fight to end sexual violence. Crimes of this nature continue to appear in the news in epidemic proportions. As the history of Take Back the Night continues to be written, its mission to end sexual violence for all remains a beacon of hope for the millions affected by crimes of violence. We have made great strides, but our march is far from over. Take Back the Night Events occur in over 30 countries worldwide. Over 600 campuses and communities have held Take Back the Night Events. We have reached over 30 million people with our message, our support, and our commitment to ending sexual violence.
About Slutty Girl Problems
When Lorrae Bradbury started Slutty Girl Problems in July 2011, she was fresh out of a breakup from a long-term relationship and embracing her “slutty phase” as a newly single girl. She turned to Twitter to express herself anonymously and talk about all the things that were so “taboo” about hooking up. As her follower count grew, she realized women throughout the world related to and shared her experiences. She continued to tweet, write, and connect with her followers… realizing SGP could become so much more. With a lot of hard work, ambition, and a dream she just couldn’t stop… she launched SluttyGirlProblems.com in January 2014, turning her “slutty baby” into a worldwide empowerment movement.
The Unslut Project
The UnSlut Project promotes gender equality, sex positivity, and comprehensive, age-appropriate sex education for all ages. This is a collaborative space for sharing stories and creating awareness about sexual bullying, "slut" shaming, and related issues. It is up to each of us to evaluate and take responsibility for our own assumptions and interactions. When I heard about the tragic suicides of girls like Rehtaeh Parsons, Amanda Todd, and Audrie Pott, I was devastated and reminded of my own experience as a girl labeled the school "slut." At the time, I didn't feel comfortable confiding in my parents or other adults in my life. I would have loved to have reassurance this time would pass and my life would get better.
Los Angeles Family Therapy
Los Angeles Family Therapy comprises a team of therapists offering multiple specialties and diverse backgrounds. Each therapist brings his/her individual experiences . We believe no two people are the same; therefore, it’s important to feel understood. At Los Angeles Family Therapy, we take time to match you with the best therapist to fit your needs.
We offer therapy and counseling to individuals, couples, and families in an environment where you feel respected and safe. When working with clients, we consider many factors: psychological, cultural, familial, medical and financial, and offer a holistic form of treatment.
Amber Rose SlutWalk Annual Awareness Festival
The Amber Rose Awareness Festival is a day festival filled with many cool activities, contests and giveaways, vendors, speakers, panelist, performances, live DJ, sign-making, educational booths, photo fun, free breast cancer exams, HIV testing and much more. Thousands of people across gender, sex, race, age, class, education, and profession will gather for an unforgettable experience. Pershing Square will be transformed into a world platform for a mission that needs a large stage. There is no recipe on what someone involved in the Amber Rose Awareness Festival must look like. You DO NOT need to come from an activist background or know anything about these issues. The only requirement is to be inspired by your passion to do something about the issues that plague our generation. Our mission is serious, but this day of dressing up, strutting your stuff, and standing up for gender equality is filled with fun, laughter, and a community to support a tremendous cause. It is about self-expression, unity, shedding stereotypes, and supporting one another.
We welcome you to view a powerful partnership opportunity to join a global movement that fights against sexual injustice, victim blaming, derogatory labeling, and gender inequality.
Partnering with the Amber Rose Foundation is a unique way to highlight your products and corporate initiatives in a distinctive way, to engage connect and bring people together for a unique and unforgettable mission and experience.
We will offer our corporate partners a multitude of benefits, including but not limited to the opportunity to align yourself with an empowering, forward-thinking, and progressive brand. The opportunity to utilize innovative, multi-platform strategies that augment the competitive new media landscape through a strong mission and cause.