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This being the second time that I have had the opportunity to visit Africa, several people have already asked how Senegal was different than Malawi?  Short answer: it’s a completely different country on the opposite side of the continent.  That would be like trying to answer how the United States and Mexico are different because […]

This blog post was brought to you by Layla Ghazi, a chemistry major and french Minor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a second generation American from Atlanta Georgia. The daughter of Iranian immigrants, Layla loves the color forest green and can speak four languages.  … Some dream of a European adventure, while […]

Happy International Women’s Day, sheroes! The Circle of Sisterhood is joining in with women everywhere today as we celebrate the power of women and the need for gender parity. We encourage you, our heroes, to be part of the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #PressForProgress and #BeHerHero and tell the world what […]

Here at the Circle of Sisterhood, we celebrate women. We love any chance we can to get together with our sister-friends and celebrate, and thanks to the world of Parks and Recreation and the fabulous Leslie Knope, Valentine’s Day has been reclaimed! Galentine’s Day is the best. Forget the roses, cards, and chocolate (okay those things […]

The Circle of Sisterhood continued to support the EKARI Foundation last year by providing support for six girls to remain in school. The EKARI Foundation’s mission is to empower Malawi citizens to rise above  the poverty line through educational programing and training. The resources provided by the Circle of Sisterhood will  assist its communities in […]