Sisterhood

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Jacana Media, Mar 15, 2013 - Literary Collections - 132 pages
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An anthology of poems, short stories, and personal essays, this collection embodies the meaning of sisterhood: relationships in which girls and women give and receive friendship, love, and support. Embracing this theme, the contributors of this compilation define what sisterhood means for them through the voices found in these pieces. Inspiring and heartfelt, this book presents cathartic, moving personal accounts of abuse through creative writing.
 

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Contents

Introduction
2
Poetry
6
Short Stories
18
Personal Essays
78
Notes From the Writers
122
Back Cover
132
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POWA (People Opposing Women Abuse) provides counseling, legal advice, court support, and shelter to women survivors of domestic violence. Its vision is to create a safe society that does not tolerate violence against women, where women are powerful, self-reliant, equal, and respected. POWA's mission is to be a specialized and multiskilled service provider that contributes to the complete eradication of violence against women in society.

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