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SPEAKING OUT : TARA MOSS’ CALL FOR WOMEN TO EMPOWER THEMSELVES

Featured photo – Tara Moss signing copies of her book at North Sydney’s Stanton Library. All photos by Ben Apfelbaum.

Model, crime author and public speaker Tara Moss’ empowering and enlightening book SPEAKING OUT, aimed at inspiring girls and women, delivers on many levels. And it begs the question, why aren’t there more books written on this subject?!

In Moss’s forward she says, “Having a voice is part of what makes us human…Language connects us. Our voices connect us. When we are silent or unheard our ideals and perspectives, our needs, our pain and our struggles remain unknown or unacknowledged and for this reason unchanged.”

Moss continues with this line of thought- she “examines the challenges facing women and girls – the external obstacles of silencing, dismissals, bullying and threats of violence, and the internal challenges of crises of confidence…”

Moss focuses on the inequality and the abuse women contend with and suffer from with particular mention and emphasis at the hands of the internet where, “technology is used to shame, bully and brutalise.” Continue reading SPEAKING OUT : TARA MOSS’ CALL FOR WOMEN TO EMPOWER THEMSELVES

TARA MOSS VISITS THE STANTON LIBRARY NORTH SYDNEY TO PROMOTE SPEAKING OUT

I attended the Stanton Library in North Sydney yesterday when Tara Moss, Canadian-Australian author, television presenter, journalist, former model, UNICEF national ambassador for child survival and PHd candidate in gender and cultural studies at Sydney University came through to give a brief talk about her new book, TARA MOSS SPEAKING OUT- A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls, and then did a book signing.

Here are a few  of my pics.

Tara Moss - speaking out

Tara Moss @ Stanton Library - 22.6.2016 (10)

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http://www.taramoss.com

http://www.harpercollins.com.au/9781460751336/

http://www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/library_databases/stanton_library