Tamarack Verrall

Joined Jan 2014
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About Me

My priority in life has been to speak out about what is being done to us as women. In the 1960's we created a new wave of the women's movement in Canada. Working against violence against women became my life work. I have celebrated thousands of women discovering how beautiful they are. I find joy in women finding freedom. Since discovering World Pulse I am so heartened every time I read a story written by a woman who has found her strength. This community gives me such hope. This is a dream coming true. We who hold this dream of ending all forms of violence are finding each other. I am honoured take part.

My Vision

A quantum leap for the energy that has been suppressed to take its rightful place, women respected and free.

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EnvironmentGender-based Violence

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Tamarack Verrall loved EMPOWERED MOTHERS, THRIVING CHILDREN yesterday Tamarack Verrall commented on IT WAS MY OWN LITTLE SECRET yesterday Tamarack Verrall commented on End Period Poverty in Zimbabwe yesterday Tamarack Verrall commented on Menstruation Struggles yesterday Tamarack Verrall loved Menstruation Struggles yesterday Tamarack Verrall commented on Menstruation: A Call for Action May 22 Tamarack Verrall commented on WAS ANYONE’S FIRST MENSES AS BAD AS MINE? May 22 Tamarack Verrall commented on Mensuration is a burden for Women  May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Going Through Life With Double Pain : Sickle Cell and Menstruation May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved Going Through Life With Double Pain : Sickle Cell and Menstruation May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on My first time? No, it wasn't May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Welisane Foundation Launch of MHD Activities May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Long Secluded Alley May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved Long Secluded Alley May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Welicious Reusable Pad Project to end period poverty in Cameroon May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Menstrual Hygiene Hurdles in the Bushes- Women Share Survival Strategies May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved Welicious Reusable Pad Project to end period poverty in Cameroon May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Ride To End Isolation Of Menstruating Girls And Women May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved Ride To End Isolation Of Menstruating Girls And Women May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Purpose behind My Experience May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on The First Girl Child May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on What Does it Mean to be a Feminist in Vanuatu? May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on La menstruation, une honte ou une fierté ? May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on When to tell: Candid conversation on 'PADs' with my daughter May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved When to tell: Candid conversation on 'PADs' with my daughter May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on MY TISSUE FELL IN MY FATHER'S ROOM May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved MY TISSUE FELL IN MY FATHER'S ROOM May 20 Tamarack Verrall commented on Because I got it wrong the first time I wore one May 20 Tamarack Verrall loved My story May 08 Tamarack Verrall loved How can I keep quiet when even babies are raped? The story of 3 year old Judy May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved I.C.T A BEAUTIFUL WORLD EVERY GIRL, SHOULD EXPLORE. May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved Promoting the communication rights of women and girls in Zimbabwe May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved One Dead Dusk May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved ICT: A Key Transition In My Life May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved Empowering Kenyan girls and Women through use of Digital Technology by Daisy Onkoba May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved Do not be afraid, let's talk about it May 07 Tamarack Verrall loved Motherboard May 06 Tamarack Verrall loved AFGHANISTAN: Dreaming Big for Our Daughters May 06 Tamarack Verrall loved THE PASSION I HAVE FOR ICT HAS MADE ME A CHANGE MAKER , DIGITAL CITIZEN AND A GLOBAL EDUCATOR Apr 28 Tamarack Verrall loved The Increase in Child Rape: Cases in our Society (What do we do?) Apr 27