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SheVille Community News

SOFT FOCUS ART a soothing way to see

The Art of Soft Focus by Jenna Martin in Medium 2018 I like to forage for wild mushrooms and collect edible wildfood. It is a gentle way to sink into a place and learn local ecology. It also provides us with some really delicious mushrooms and herbs as well as knowledge of local poisonous plants; […]
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SOME WAYS TO GET TRACTION On This Journey Back to Who We Really Are

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS believes that in each child there is a special spark that, when provided with inspiration and encouragement, will lead them to become a positive, productive citizen of our community and the world. With just a few hours each month as a volunteer Big Brother or Big Sister, you’ll become a role […]
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LET’S “COME TO THE LIGHT, THE BEAUTIFUL LIGHT” Yes, I agree, it’s way past time…

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11th-grade girls talked about Kamala Harris in history class. They have their own expectations for her. They go to school in Atlanta’s majority-Black DeKalb County By Caroline Kitchener November 10 in The Lily Brittney Caldwell couldn’t wait to celebrate. Wearing a bright orange Howard University sweatshirt, she logged into Zoom to teach an extra-credit class […]
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SHEVILLE.ORG Has New Owners!

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It is with great pleasure that we announce that new ownership is coming to SheVille! This team of experienced & passionate women will begin managing effective immediately. Va and I  have been very selective in ensuring new ownership would only be a positive move for SheVille, and that the core values will continue long […]
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A Letter to the SheVille Community

Hello SheVille readers!  We’re incredibly excited to announce that we have officially become the new owners of This transition has been months in the making and is not a venture that we have come to lightly.  We collectively have an incredible amount of respect for the legacy that Jean and Va have cultivated with […]
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“We Will Breathe” by Sheila Pree Bright This week, we have a new photo essay to share from Atlanta-based, award-winning photographer Sheila Pree Bright. “We Will Breathe”, a collection of ten photographs, capture intimate moments of mourning and inspiration in the Black Lives Matter movement, images that evoke and make connections to the civil rights movement and its […]
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WOMEN & MONEY & Everything else

Paid family leave has never been on a state ballot — until this year      By Soo Youn in The Lily  ‘The rest of the country will be watching’ This election season, paid leave is on the ballot in Colorado. As voters cast ballots for national, state and local candidates, they will also be […]
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