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Meghan Markle 40X40 initiative is a BLOCKBUSTERS.

From archewell;

Last week, in honor of her birthday, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex asked you to join her in donating 40 minutes of mentorship or service to a woman rejoining the workforce or another cause you care about. Not only did you hear this call to action, you took it into your own hands, creating a global movement of compassion and impact. Thank you to the friends who led the charge, and to all of you who joined to see it through.

Let’s keep sharing our stories and the time we give to others. Let’s keep helping women rebuild economic strength, and inspiring those around us to create a ripple effect of service. We can think of no better gift.

What we heard from you:
You’re passionate about mentoring women; determined to help them return to the workforce; and ready to creatively give your time.

You’re offering mentorship in a number of fields including:
Law · Hospitality · Nursing · STEM · Journalism · Academia · Consumer Packaged Goods · Aerospace · Media · Cosmetology · Public Sector · Medicine · Music Industry · Entertainment · Social Impact · Mental Health · Architecture · Communications · Programming · Yoga Instruction · Tourism · Accounting · Human Resources

Resume polishing · Childcare for mothers looking for jobs · Resources for children’s mental health · Life coaching · Donating gas to women delivering groceries · Real estate consulting · Pre-interview hair and makeup · Graphic design for business cards and resumes · Consultation for mothers of children with an Individualized Education Plan · Mentorship to military spouses · Making clothes for girls who need them · Public speaking consultations · Raking leaves for elderly neighbors · Tutoring children in math · Supporting victims of domestic abuse · Donating books · Helping women create business plans

You’re taking action from countries including:
Kenya · Anguilla · U.S. · Australia · Germany · U.K. · Canada · South Africa · Sweden · France · Nigeria · Uganda · Netherlands · Argentina · Philippines · Colombia · Portugal · Kenya · India · Spain · Mexico · Switzerland · Cameroon · Greece · Malaysia · Barbados

Let’s keep it going:
Let’s continue motivating each other. Keep posting about opportunities in your networks; keep reaching out and asking for help if you need it; keep thinking of ways you can support someone working towards a goal. If we lean on each other, we can help get women back to work in our communities and across the world.

Looking for ideas for committing 40 minutes of mentorship or service? Join the work we’re doing

Perhaps the British media should just admit that they miss the Sussexes? They should stop pretending that they care about the Royal Family and be transparent about the fact that Harry and Meghan are the most progressive and most interesting couple on the planet. They are all the media care about.

By Dr Ifeoma

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Interesting to see the British media and certain members of the public react in a way after Meghan’s video. The Royal Family itself with their pump and pageantry is part of their allure so what is it about the size of Meghan’s table, her heels, her fresh face, the lush blanket that hurts people so much?

There is a bitterness in the comments that is quite pitiful. But there are actually people like this, who hate to see the success of black women. Their anger is palpable. It won’t have mattered if Meghan wore jeans or sat on the floor, they would still have been unhappy.

Less than 24 hrs after Meghan’s announcements there have been scores of articles, tv commentary far more than I have seen with any initiative by any member of the RF. The Royal Foundation report was released yet the media have found a way to link this to the Sussexes.

Perhaps we should just admit that we miss the Sussexes? The media should stop pretending that they care about the RF and be transparent about the fact that Harry & Meghan are the most progressive and most interesting couple on the planet. They are all the media care about.

Credit on thought and article,

Dr Ifeoma

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