Women and Girls Foundation hosts happy hour after its Crossroads Convention

Crossroads cocktail hourPittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on some highlights of the March 10, 2016 Crossroads Conference hosted by WGF.
“‘Last year we had speakers talk about their personal crossroads, but this year we wanted to focus on community crossroads as well. We had a mother talk about her son’s addiction to heroin, a woman who converted to Islam in a post-9/11 world, a refugee speak about her experience in Bhutan. All of these stories are important because they humanize our experiences and help women to recognize that they see themselves a little bit more in each other. We want to connect, not divide,’ said Heather Arnet, WGF chief strategy officer.”
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