Bara Rosenheck has had an active career working as a professional consultant. Her additional activities in the feminists’ “Second Wave Movement” are well documented, and her accomplishments are recorded in The Marquis Who’s Who of American Women, 1998 edition. She was included in Feminists Who Changed America 1963-1975. Biographies of individuals who reignited the women’s movement of the twentieth century and made permanent changes in our customs and laws are outlined in that volume.
Bara’s proud of the work done by a committee she organized to conduct one of the first United Nations Conferences to ban Female Genital Mutilation and worldwide violence against women.
She is an award-winning author. Her well-received novel, Justice for Julia, is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Fiction Category of the 2019 Best Book Awards sponsored by the American Book Fest.
Justice for Julia tells the story of victory over indifference. Because the overburdened police can’t or won’t locate her attacker, Julia must seek justice on her own. Unlike other stories, this one is a trailblazer as Julia creates a new strategy of dispensing justice on her own terms. Obeying the law and with strong ethical standards, Julia triumphs in unexpected ways.
Justice for Julia is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Fiction Category of the 2019 Best Book Awards sponsored by the American Book Fest.