TOP of My Mind

TaglineWomenExplore/TOP is an open learning community of thoughtful women, who organize two series of lectures each year. The topics arise from the issues that the participants encounter in their lives. Each week the day begins with a short lecture from one of participants on how the day's issue relates to her personal life. This is followed by an expert speaker and then discussion by members of the audience. WomenExplore/TOP has no religious or other affiliations.
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Demographers Define the Differences Between Generations

Focus talk given on 29th March 2018 on the topic of "The Millennials: New Approaches to Old Problems" —Barbara Villandry      You know I’m interested in how demographers and advertising researchers li

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Visit to Fuller Craft Museum Exhibit "Threads of Resistance"

Today, Thursday 1st February 2018, seventeen people associated with WomenExplore met up at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton to view the Threads of Resistance traveling fiber art  show, especially t

02/01/2018 12:16:00 PM

Wisdom from the Earth: Deepening Connection with the Web of Life

—by Chris Farrow-Noble Focus Talk  October 19, 2017 Lighting the candle, May the sun bring you new energy by day, May the moon softly restore you by night, May the rain wash away your worries, May the

10/30/2017 11:39:00 PM

WomenExplore Lecture and Discussion Forum reflects on significance of media

The following is a reposting of Johnathan Kindall's review of a day at WomenExplore's lectures on 16th March 2017.  It was published on 21st March 2017 in the Daily Free Press, the independent student

03/30/2017 05:53:00 PM

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Where's the Hope?: Innovation in Education

—Jan Rosenberg My journey as a teacher began in 1978, when I was a reading tutor in a public school in Hartford, Ct. All of my students came from one of the poorest housing projects in an economically

11/02/2016 09:09:00 PM