HOPE IS LIKE A BIRD THAT SENSES THE DAWN AND CAREFULLY STARTS TO SING WHILE IT IS STILL DARK. -ANONYMOUS In celebration of the wonderful new website that is being launched I would like to share some inspirational quotes that have helped me. In starting RBRW Jacquelyn Aluotto has given hope to so many people who have no hope. She inspires celebrities, victims and everyday people to find each other and help each other. That is the only way it is going to work in th
The date has finally arrived. We are all very excited here a RBRW! Our first website was good but now we are better. We will continue to get better and would like to have all of you here for that journey.
Who: RealBeautyRealWomen.com, now RBRW.org, is a new concept in websites that not only focuses on fashion and entertainment but more importantly promotes awareness of the pressing social issues of America. Created by Filmmaker and Human Activ
Check out the interview of Filmmaker and Human Activist Jacquelyn Aluotto by D Stripped Magazine dstrippedmagazine.com Jacquelyn created RBRW. Check out this wonderful interview by RBRW Creator Jacquelyn Aluotto Article on D Stripped Magazine
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This is a very personal and honest blog for me. People always ask me why I make documentaries on the issues I do and where my passion comes from. I never really answer all the aspects of that question. I always say because I want to make a difference in the world and help people. Help people break the cycle of abuse, violence, poverty, ignorance etc... All of this is true but the reason behind that is as a young girl I watched my young Mom never really love herself and see ho
Happy International Women’s Day everyone. Can you believe it is the 100th year celebration of the day? Just amazing.
As a woman I feel that it is important that we continue to celebrate women and as women we need to encourage one another. From working with client Jacquelyn Aluotto and RealBeautyRealWomen.com I have come to see that the issues facing women today are similar to the issues they were facing 10, 20, 30 years ago. How can this be? We need to make additional impr