Posts in Celebration
LAUREL GOLIO

In our latest Celebration portfolio, photographer and visual anthropologist Laurel Golio shares images from Between the Ears, a personal project featuring Andreina Rodriguez, an “Olympic-caliber” high school wrestler.

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CELEBRATING WOMEN WITH HAYLEY HILL

Meet Hayley Hill, a multi-talented journalist, photographer and pilates instructor who captures the poetry, the freedom and the nonchalance of the movements. A celebration of fluidity. A path to empowerment.

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THE CONSCIOUS CREATION OF A MODERN FAMILY

In a conversation curated by Inside/Out contributor Arianna Solare, Morgane Richardson, Director of NYC Doula Collective, and her wife Alexandra Garcia, Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, share their inspired journey towards the creation of a modern, conscious family and their choice to bring another life to Earth.
 

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CELEBRATING WOMEN ATHLETES WITH ALANA PATERSON

In commemoration of International Women's Day, we feature the work of Vancouver-based photographer Alana Paterson. We commend Alana for her consistent portrayal of strong, determined, smart, beautiful and unique women. True players, inside and out. 

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INSIDE/OUT CONVERSATION WITH MOLLY SCHIOT FOR UNESCO WORLD RADIO DAY

Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with filmmaker and author Molly Schiot to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.

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INSIDE/OUT CONVERSATION WITH LAETITIA BERNARD FOR UNESCO WORLD RADIO DAY

Inside/Out partners with UNESCO for a World Radio Day conversation with blind journalist and rider Laetitia Bernard to discuss sports, gender stereotypes and promoting equal opportunities for women in sports, media and beyond.

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EDUCATION AS A WEAPON BY CAROLINE WACHSMUTH

We love to say that 'we are one'. Inside/Out contributor Caroline Wachsmuth discusses the process of healing from childhood sexual abuse and shares thoughts on ways that society could come together to work towards prevention.

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On Learning To Be Vulnerable by Charlotte Haimes

Charlotte Haimes from Women Making Waves talks about how our culture does not allow us to be vulnerable because of a culture that does not allow it and as long as it perceives it as weakness.

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CELEBRATE BIRTH FACILITATORS

As part of an ongoing series on women's health, fertility, birth, women's rights and more, meet three birth facilitators featured in photographer Kelly Marshall's BIRTH project.

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CELEBRATE BIRTH WITH MORGANE RICHARDSON

A celebration of the work of BIRTH participant Morgane Richardson, a New York City-based doula, childbirth educator and activist with a background in gender studies. 

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Giving Tuesday

In the hope that such charitable mindset and generosity will continue year round, here are some of our tops pics for philanthropic organizations with global reach and particular focus on education, movement and empowerment. 

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The End of Suffering by Jordan Daly

Suffering is thinking that you should be somewhere other than where you are. In a different life, making more money, in a different job…developing the inability to be where you are, fearful that it is not enough. Discover Jordan Daly's discussion on suffering...and choosing not to. 

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COME TOGETHER

We set out to make a magazine. We created a community. And therefore, by celebrating this anniversary, we celebrate you. With much love and extreme gratitude.

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WHEN CLASSICAL BECOMES SACRED

All women are sisters! Let them unite, like an ancient tribe around a magic fire. Such is the central idea of Ethno Ballet, a method created by Dana Mussa through which she honors basic instincts like hunting, fighting, healing and praying, transforming them through the medium of dance.

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PROTECT HER: REBRANDING MANHOOD

ProtectHer is an organization founded by Alexis Jones,  a woman activist and speaker. Jones educates young male athletes in the locker room, rebranding the notion of what it means to be a man. As she says: "if men are the problem, they're also the cure." 

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