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Senses Cultural is proud to announce a new online collection of interviews, profiles and stories entitled “Women of Change.” This collection is intended to serve as both a look back at Senses Cultural’s past projects and the inspiring women who contributed to them, as well as a forum to bring new women and their existing causes into our organization’s focus.
Senses Cultural has always sought to create platforms for the opinions and creative expression of strong women from all backgrounds. Our goal has been to amplify these already powerful voices, supporting their creative and intellectual endeavors by organizing a variety of cultural events and art exhibitions.
These women—artists, activists, educators, writers, nonprofit organizers, and also mothers and daughters—inspire us with their tireless efforts to make an impact in their communities and the larger world.
They are strong, they are inspiring, they are Women of Change. We are pleased to share their stories here with you.
By Silvana Gargione
Sara Safari has been recognized among Senses Cultural Women of Change the-dream to the reality of the journey an interview with...
Shokraneh Mavaddat Jahani (SHOMA) The Blessing of United Contribution The face of Senses Cultural in Iran SHOMA is an Iranian registered...
Introduction: In the fight against Human Trafficking, there are some real heroes and heroines in the fight. As a...
Watch Art for Autism Once again, the passion and creativity of just a handful of dedicated people has inspired projects to support our...
"I deeply appreciate your dedication to UC Davis and the ongoing support you have provided to our ME/SA program, while... -Chancellor Linda Katehi
"HeART of Iran art exhibit at the State Capital helped to raise awareness to the richness and diversity of Iranian... -Senator Sam Blakeslee
"I am very much impressed by your efforts to help women and children worldwide through programs like BYkids and Art... -International House
"We applaud these fascinating, important programs, and feel they have almost unlimited potential for positive global impact." See Related Letter – Michael Sanford, Vice... -Kvie