Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month and this year’s theme, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” we asked the AC Community to share some of their thoughts, insights, and experiences about the biases and stereotypes they have encountered as women – and survivors – to help spark an important conversation to #BreaktheBias. Below are the perspectives of three AC graduates and extraordinary women who came together on the topic. As an AC graduate, I want to speak up and explain how capable my fellow graduates are, but I fear I might come across as rude or disrespectful.  -Anonymous Survivor At AnnieCannons, we assume positive intent, and whenever there appears to be a gap (either in communication or expected behavior), we do our best to both understand ‘why’ that gap occurred and ‘how’ we can solve it. When one AC graduate, SuperGirl, got to thinking about Women’s History Month and some of the overlapping ‘gaps’ in understanding and respect for women and survivors, she thought to do something about it. With her enthusiasm for problem solving, or flexing her genius muscles as we like to call it, SuperGirl inspired me (LadySadies) and our teammate, Ajay, along with other fellow graduates to solve this …