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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

UPDATE: 4th Annual 2019 MIWVE Conference - SERVICE: A Community Conversation - 11/16/19

JOIN US for our 4th Annual 2019
Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment Conference 

Saturday November 16, 2019
11 am to 4 pm - City of Southfield Parks &
Rec. Dept. 26000 Evergreen Rd Southfield MI

In partnership with MIWVE & the City of Southfield
Veterans Commission Organization.

All MIWVE's events are open to all veterans and military services members, the youth and the general public.

We served together as men and women in the Armed forces lets continue to serve in our communities, fellowship and network together as a whole.

Great response! Seating is limited so register now! It's FREE - Open to Public, all veterans and military service members, the youth and the general public are welcome to attend.

$5 Donation for lunch at the Door 50/50 CASH Raffle – Networking - Great Conversations - Establishing & Building Community & Relationships

Steller Nominee Recording Artist Michelle Flowers-Logwood - Will be singing the National Anthem - "The Star Spangled Banner" & during the lunch break time.

Her 1st album was a Stellar Nominee and charted the billboard at 35 of top 100. Her new single charted number 4 of the top 30 independent artist chart with Gospel USA.

Come out to engage in a healthy community conversation with our diverse panel of community leaders and other conference attendees for the purpose of building a safe, healthy and vibrant community
for all to thrive in. 

A Special Thanks to the City of Southfield and the Southfield Veterans Commission Org. for their continued support and partnership with MIWVE.

Contact Sgt. Stephanie J. Shannon Founder/CEO of Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment for more information.
What empowers you,
lets pass it on!

Phone (810) 373-5744

MIWVE has a NEW partnership with Edward Jones (EST.1922) to empower entrepreneurs and others to be financially successful in 2020!

Stay tuned for details...

SGT. Shannon (RET U.S. Army) appointed SGM. Jill Mathews (32 years RET.) U.S. Army veteran's advocate and community leader to serve as MIWVE's liaison
on the New MVAA Women
Veteran's Coalition. (MWVC)

Erika Hoover, MVAA's Women Veteran Initiative Coordinator & Strategy Analyst will be sharing more at the conference about their new women veteran's coalition initiative.
MIWVE had a very successful season of "Dirt Therapy" at all 4 sites located in Southfield, Detroit and Flint.

MIWVE will be launching in 2020
our NEW! Kidpreneur: Youth
Agribusiness program in Flint.

Details will be released soon...
Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |

Saturday, October 12, 2019

These 90 Army posts have contaminated drinking water

As a Pentagon task force looks into unsafe drinking water on its installations, a new list of Army posts has been added to the roster of bases where per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances have been found in ground water as recently as this year.
Ninety active Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard posts are on the list, obtained by the Environmental Working Group by Freedom of Information Act request, the findings of which were posted to the organization’s site late Tuesday night. The Army says that despite the confirmed presence of PFAS in the drinking water, no one is taking in unsafe levels of the chemicals, because their filtered water complies with Environmental Protection Agency guidelines.

More Men Are Speaking Up About Being Sexually Assaulted in the Military

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The issue of sexual assault in the military is now widely acknowledged, and high-ranking military officials have started, due to sustained public pressure, to belatedly (if imperfectly) address it. And while the focus has largely been on the servicewomen who have been sexually assaulted, a new report from the New York Times is a reminder that sexual violence while serving in the armed forces affects large numbers of men as well. And more men in the military who have been raped and assaulted are speaking up.