It’s no secret that the one of the greatest weapons we have against society’s most horrific problems is public awareness of the issue in terms of its dimensions and the consequences for victims. Without that awareness, work done by governments, … Read more
The Junior League is not (and never has been) a political organization, yet I am writing this brief message after the conclusion of an election in the United States that exposed the many divides in our country and highlighted the … Read more
Eva has a long history of work with assisting women and children in Northwest Arkansas. Prior to joining Peace at Home Family Shelter, she was at Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter and before that, the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter. … Read more
This guest post is authored by Kelly Runzel, Director of Corporate Partnerships at Feed the Children.
We all have experienced those little grumbles in our stomach that have affected our moods. Perhaps those grumbles made us a bit “hangry.” … Read more
This guest post is co-authored by MariBen Ramsey and Christine Benero. MariBen Ramsey is the Secretary of The National Domestic Violence Hotline. MariBen is a long-time member of the Junior League of Austin and was Vice President of The … Read more