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Imagining a World Without Domestic Violence

It’s often said in nonprofit circles that the ultimate goal of any nonprofit organization should be to eliminate the need to exist. Food pantries hope there is no more hunger, homelessness agencies hope everyone has a home, so it follows that the goal of A Woman’s Place should be to end domestic violence in Bucks…
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Carrying on the Legacy

I grew up in the 50’s and early 60’s and was raised by a feminist mother. I didn’t realize that was what she was at the time but I do now. My mom was strong, independent and believed females could do anything. When I look back at that time most households around us were following…
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In Full Swing

We are moving our thrift shop! Full Circle will be In Full Swing, on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Our new address is: In Full Swing 225 West State Street Doylestown, PA  18901 We are grateful to the community for your generous support throughout the many years that we were located in New Britain, and we look…
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Bright, Bold, Beautiful & Brand New

Many months ago, the quest to re-do our website began. As the Communications Manager for A Woman’s Place (AWP), it was my responsibility to explore the possibilities. Domestic violence is a tough subject, and there has been much discussion about how to present our information and message.  For years the website was subdued. The colors…
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#BringBackOurGirls

I am Nigerian. My father was born in Nigeria. He worked hard and was fortunate enough to be awarded a scholarship to travel to the United States for his college education. He met my mother… and the rest is history. I am my father’s daughter. I have two daughters of my own, both deeply embedded…
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The Duty of Delight

“To act lovingly is to begin to feel loving, and certainly to act joyfully brings joy to others which in turn makes one feel joyful. I believe we are called to the duty of delight.” Dorothy Day I recently had the distinct pleasure of engaging in conversation and wrestling with ideas with an intriguing group…
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Empowering BBQ

When the text message notification sounded on my cell phone on Tuesday morning at 4:48 a.m., I actually felt upset. “Just wait,” I thought. “See what it says.” Ugh – two hour delay for the kids. Driving to the office this morning, I found myself checking the rear-view mirror for police cars. I finally realized…
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Flourishing Wisdom

ARE YOU MAKING SOMETHING OF YOUR GIFT? Comment and share – I’d love to hear! Vision: A Woman’s Place envisions a society where all individuals are safe in their relationships and can flourish. Vision Statement for A Woman’s Place Ifeoma U. Aduba Executive Director

Finding Peace in Ubuntu

I raced home with a pizza on the back seat of the car. The day had been crazy in the office, I was a few minutes behind schedule heading home, and everyone would have about 10 minutes to gulp down my lovingly prepared dinner before heading off to school for Phoenix’s concert. In the car…
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The Teeth in Hope

The season of gratitude may have come to an end, but Advent followed on its heels. Sitting in church on Sunday, next to a dear friend who had suffered a particularly rough morning and a little tired from the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving and anticipation of returning to the office on Monday, I was…
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