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Perhaps best known for her history-making speech at the 1992 Republican National Convention, Ms. Fisher went on to found the Family AIDS Network, a national advocacy organization that has since become the research-oriented Mary Fisher CARE (Clinical AIDS Research and Education) Fund. Through the ABATAKA Foundation, she enables HIV-affected women in Africa to support themselves and their families by creating jewelry that she designs and markets at the website Abataka.org.
The mother of two young men, Max and Zachary, Ms. Fisher lives and works in Sedona, Arizona.
This book is a testament to the human spirit. Mary's journey is inspiring, as her love and acceptance of others fuels the work she does to improve the world. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by SB
I have not only read the book but have given it as gifts.
It is thoughtful, educational, enlightening and spiritual. Read more
Many lessons are contained in this powerful book -- and akin to enduring art, it is deep and multi-layered. Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by C. Marks