I want people to know that where we start isn’t where we have to end. Our trauma doesn’t have to define us. I think empowerment is doing with and not for. In my world, I hear the word “empower” a lot. When we’re doing something for someone that’s not empowerment. I think the hardest thing is being prepared to be vulnerable so that we can actually create sustainable change in the lives of women in our country.
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