....HER FAB CAREER ON THE 'TODAY SHOW'
....HER BFF'S HODA & KATHIE LEE
....HER BEST SELLING BOOK
....HER POLE DANCING
The Paycheck Fairness Act is being considered by the U.S. Senate. It would strengthen the existing Pay Equity Bill passed in 1963. The new bill is especially important to women.
For days many people held out hope that Joan Rivers would recover. They were hearttbroken by what had happened to her but some were equally worried about her daughter, Melissa. They knew chances were that she would have to do what so many other women have already done or will have to do in the future.
When most parents think about their children choking-they're usually concerned about their toddlers. And, justifiably so it's a serious concern-according to www.healthy.ny.gov choking is the 4th leading cause of unintentional death in children under five. But, now there's a new concern many parents have never even heard of- it's called the PASS OUT GAME OR CHOKING GAME. It's not your toddlers you now have to be concerned about-teens are taking part of this game.
Sybrina Fulton, Lesley McSpadden, Kadiatou Diallo and Valerie Bell-their names may not be well known but the names of their children-their sons- are. No, those sons are not professional athletes or movie stars or musicians. They are dead-black men -Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Amadou Diallo, and Sean Bell--killed by police officers.
You know something is wrong when a child is wearing no socks during the dead of winter and eating milk and cookies like it's meatloaf and mashed potatoes. But that's the scene I repeatedly witnessed when I ran an afterschool reading program in Albany, NY...continue reading at www.efriendssite.wordpress.com
300 girls KIDNAPPED-It has been months since hundreds of girls were kidnapped by a militant group in Nigeria-and as other news takes center stage-its easy to forget them but let's not forget...continue reading at www.efriendssite.wordpress.com
From FASHION to FOOD TO DINING our CONTRIBUTORS are in the know and will share it all with you!
They are a minority in a minority-women who stutter. Check out the trailer for my latest docu-story- SHE'S BLOC...KING.
"TOUCH A WOMAN-TOUCH A ROCK' a docu-story on the treatment of women in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. They are raped and enslaved by soldiers by the thousands. 50 women in a hospital in Congo sent me letters about what happened to them. Listen and then write the Secretary of State and urge him to put the pressure on world leaders to stop the war in Congo.
Her 'first' book is in its second printing. It's the best selling inspirational read THE FRIENDSHIPS BETWEEN WOMEN. Stories of women who've struggled
with challenges ranging from breast cancer, to being locked up in prison. They made it over to the other side thanks to the help of a girlfriend! But, now Elaine is working on
her 2nd book, name dropping, jaw dropping, fun filled romance. It's coming out in MARCH 2015. To order the book, just go to My Products
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Elaine has turned her poignant book of letters, The Friendships Between Women into a Elaine's CD “book on tape.”
Hear the voices of the women, who have shared their poignant stories on the value of friendship, in their own words. Listen to the story of a woman, whose friend helped her find a new life in the U.S. after she survived the war in Rwanda.
Elaine Houston/Anchor Reporter WNYT-Albany
Elaine is an award winning anchor at the NBC affiliate in Albany, NY. She is the 5:30 anchor on WNYT-TV and covers stories on women with her weekly series "TODAY'S WOMEN. She has received honors from Jerry Jennings, the former mayor of Albany and community service awards from New York State Governor, Andrew Cuomo and former governor, George Pataki. The College of St. Rose bestowed its highest honor on Elaine, an honorary Doctor's degree for her committment to the community. However Elaine's passion is celebrating the accomplishments of other women, raising awareness on issues impacting women and creating positive narratives about women and girls. CHECK OUT some of those stories BELOW and on www.wnyt.com with Elaine's TODAY's WOMEN REPORT.
SHE SPEAKS 2 ME-DOES SHE SPEAK 2 U?
Women are changing the world. We are activists, scientists, teachers and preachers. We are changing our communities, the status quo and the old way of doing things. We're not a part of the club or the clicke, We are here to blow people's minds.
OPINIONS-everybody has one-check out mine @ www.efriendssite.wordpress.com or just click on my blog on the homepage.
Hair stylist-Kerry-Ann shows us how it's done! Check out more-go to The Contributors page!
We are women...
We are building schools and saving the environment. We are ilustrators, filmakers, and bold new fashion designers. We are BROADWAY bound.
We are change agents and peacemakers. We birth a nation, We are collaborators, and stakeholders in the BIG picture. We are not average-We are women and We have a story to tell. Check out their stories on the SHEspeaks2me page!
We aren't average!
Harriet serves up food for the soul-check out her creations-and recipes yum yum! Go to The CONTRIBUTORS page!
Elaine's next move! Check out what she's doing. click on ABOUT ELAINE!
Who's the COVERGIRL?
Wow, is that me! That was my first reaction to seeing myself on the cover of HerLife magazine. I love what Angela Beddoe of HERLIFE MAG. and her Glam Squad do for women. Just proves there are so many women doing great things out there that there is a need for a magazine like her's or a website and films like the ones I produce. Also Check out my story on her on my Today's Women series on television on Albany's NBC affiliate WNYT-TV. www.wnyt.com Contact me at email@example.com
Who's on the BIG screen!!!!!
I had mixed feelings seeing myself up close on the BIG screen in the movie ''PLACE BEYOND THE PINES" in 2013. It was great and sort of frightening at the same time. Sorry ladies I did not get to meet Bradley Cooper-my part was shot right in the television studio. Still-it was a delightful first time experience!
Elaine's "first" chopper ride!
I really had to fight my fears for this ride. All the way to this television shoot I was telling myself there is no way that I am getting in a helicopter! Everything I ever heard about them is that they were dangerous-but my photographer wasn't the least bit afraid and so I couldn't stay on the ground. Heather-the nerves of steel pilot also helped. So I did it! Check out Heather's story on television in my series on women, "TODAY'S WOMEN" www.wnyt.com
And, don't let fear STOP you from your "first" whatever!