I am organizing a “Ready to Post” book blitz for Call Me a Woman by Laurie Levin. The blitz will run from June 28th to July 2nd and I need hosts. This book will also be available for review until the end of the Summer if you are interested in reviewing. Giveaway details will follow.
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Call Me a Woman: On Our Way To Equality and Peace
Publication Date: April 30th, 2021
Genre: Non-Fiction/ Gender Studies
When we give women the same respect and opportunities as men, we give the world its best chance for peace, prosperity, and survival.
• Angry about sexism and misogyny and what you personally have endured?
• Sad for those who suffer because of inequality and greed?
• Afraid the world won’t get its act together in time to save itself?
• Care about human rights and want to be part of the solution?
Call Me A Woman begins with a personal story of Levin’s early years. She describes how the loss of her mother and multiple sexual assaults, including rape, led to her life’s calling.
Inside you’ll discover:
• The most important thing parents can do to change the world
• Our unconscious habits that perpetuate inequality
• Inspiring stories to shift resentment to empathy, hope, and action
• The 7 Habits of Equality to speed our way to gender equality and peace
• Inner peace and freedom as you become the solution
Personal interviews with: Lynn Povich, first woman senior editor Newsweek magazine; Maxine Clark, founder Build-A-Bear Workshop; Gloria Feldt, former CEO and President Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NY Times Best-Selling Author; Mark Levin, biotech industry leader, founder, and CEO; Zaron Burnett III, investigative journalist and writer.
Call Me A Woman: On Our Way to Equality and Peace provides real life experiences, global studies, and insights, and the 7 Habits of Equality that will reshape the world into one where all children have equal opportunities, from the beginning to the end of their lives.
About the Author
Laurie Levin has been a human rights advocate her entire adult life. Early in her 20’s, she headed the reproductive rights efforts for NOW-St. Louis. She was the Missouri Coordinator for a Department of Peace working alongside Marianne Williamson. She was the Missouri co-chair of Room To Read—a global non-profit that focuses on girls’ education and children’s literacy in Asia and Africa. She was co-chair of the Missouri Executive Women for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign.
Laurie refers to herself as a Transformation Coach as she helps others transform and master their own wellbeing. She specializes in optimal nutrition, healthy weight loss, and the leading HeartMath® stress reduction techniques. She has been a featured speaker on each of these topics at corporations, wellness events and retreats, schools and universities, hospitals, ex-convict re-entry programs, and cancer support organizations.
She has an MBA, is a Certified Coach, and HeartMath® Certified Coach, supporting clients globally to achieve their health and well-being goals.
Laurie spent 25 years in corporate America, leaving as a Vice President of one of the largest U.S. national research companies. She went on to start her own business in the health field in 200l.