Comic Of The Week_7
Happy International Women's Day
Monday March 8, 2021 is International Women's Day
I have met so many amazing women through comedy. Some are comics, other are producers, some are talent developers, and some are club owners. Each and everyone of them are unique in their own way.
A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change.
So let's all choose to challenge.
How will you help forge a gender equal world?
Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.
My Mom and her two older sisters were tough as nails "Brooklyn Chicks" who grew up in the Great Depression and into WWII. Proud Americans and well educated. they did not take guff from anyone. As young women working in New York City the three Cohen Girls worked hard and fought for equal pay for equal work.
My Mom, who had a killer Brooklyn sense of Humour
On my Dad's side. my aunt Dorothy has become the matriarch of the family. At 92 years young, she is the life of the party and is loved by her extended family and close friends. Grandma Dotty is always the first one to be invited to her family and friends’ events. But don't be fooled when Grandma Dotty has to be tough look out.
Aunt Dorothy aka Grandma Dotty and her daughter Lenore
My cousins Lenore, Marla, Jordyn, and Skylar continue the tradition of smart, educated, and tough women who do not take guff from anyone.
I am so lucky to have all these wonderful, kind, and strong women in my life.
Happy International Women's Day to all the amazing women I have met during my lifetime.
Remember to be kind to yourself... Do something that makes you happy every day.
Reach Out To A Mental Health Professional If Necessary!!