Carrie Lee Ferguson

In a December report, UNICEF labeled 2014 as one of the worst years for children on the record.  Between war, violence and the spread of disease, Executive Director of UNICEF, Anthony...

People from all over the world gather today for the largest global meeting of the decade focusing on the health and well-being of girls of women.  The Women Deliver Conference, kicks...

Ok so it’s been awhile.  I’ve been busy writing about public education and working hard with a team of people to open the doors of Seaside Community Charter School in August....

This Labor Day, women, men and children gathered in over 100 cities in the U.S. to support evidenced based maternity care as part of Improving Birth: National Rally for Change.  In...

World governments, NGO’s and other major groups will meet June 20-22 in Rio de Janeiro at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development to agree on how to meet the...

Feeling inspired by the wildness of the dolphins jumping and riding waves this morning, I am going to ask a radical question.  Could it be that we could change not only...

Today I am wondering about power.  I am thinking about how empowered the American woman claims to be.  We have, after all, made huge strides in the workplace, and have brought...

The time is ripe for improving the status of motherhood in this country.  While we’ve become more empowered in our right to choose whether or not we want children and how...

I have good news to share!  Subhadra has decided to secure funds for the reproductive health camps from local agencies in India. I admit, at first I felt disappointment that this...

The Jacksonville Birthing Project, a local chapter of Birthing Project USA, whose mission is “to encourage better birth outcomes by providing practical support to women during pregnancy and for one year...