Agents for Change

Agents VS Control

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Mission: to promote equal access to power and resources and call out limits or controls that women experience in public or private life.

For more information, connections and resources about preventing violence against women:

To connect with us and find out more:

To connect with Hala Abdelbour and the Institute of Non-Violence

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Music Credits
“A Step Forward” “A Loony Tune” “A Change for the Better” “A Step Forward,” “A Deep Emotion” “A Rush of Emotion” and “A Timeless Journey” Eric Schwartz (SchwartzSound), “Dark Piano Drama” “Dark Baroque Pizzicato Violin” and “Emotional Ambient Strings” by Orchestralis, “Walking Bass Jazz Club” by Catch 22 Music, “I just want you” and “Broad Street Bebop” by Steve Rice, “Dark Piano” by Bright Light, “Blues” by Dany Vindiuk, “Skating Squirrels,” “What’s the Angle” and “Dirty Gertie” by Shane Ivers, “Swinging Jazz Bass And Drums” by Rich Emery “Fast Jazz Drums and Bass” by Evolving Vibes, “Secret Agent Mission” by Praded, “Detective” by Archimusic, “Documentary Science” by Marblespace, “Documentary” by Roman Korolkov, “Waking Up” by Adi Goldstein, “New Direction” “Thinking Music” “Unanswered Questions,” “Fast Does It” and “Long Note Two” by Kevin McLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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