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Creativity is to Think More Efficiently

Sorry Not Sorry


Alyssa Milano’s podcast tackling social, political and cultural issues from the perspective of unapologetic guests.



Alyssa has contributed to multiple publications, making commentary on hot button issues around the world.

Brazen on Netflix

Brazen on Netflix

Based on “Brazen Virtue” by Nora Roberts – Grace, a prominent mystery writer & crime expert, gets involved her sisters murder case which reveals her double life.


For All Things Motherhood

A home to discover the best products for all the phases & stages of motherhood which Alyssa is thrilled to share with you all.

ROKU Original 'The Now'

Alyssa Milano's in 'The Now'

A man decides to turn his life around after learning that he is the third member of his immediate family to be suicidal.

Touch By AJM

Touch By AJM

As a premier, high-end fashion brand for the female sports fan, Touch empowers the fiercely loyal female fan to look and feel her best!


Who Are You People

After a botched attempt to seduce her English teacher, 16-year-old Alex runs away from boarding school to seek out the biological father her mother always kept hidden and learn the dark secret of her roots.

We cannot allow another generation of women and children to grow up knowing their government and those acting in its name see us as less than human.

Alyssa Milano’s HOPE

Including the New York Times Best Seller “HOPE: Project Middle School”!

Hello Everyone! Welcome to the official website of Alyssa Milano

Alyssa has a history of starring in long running successful television series, but her roles outside the world of acting, span far and wide. From activist, advocate & philanthropist to TV host, clothing designer and Producer, Alyssa is constantly pushing the boundaries of her passions and creativity.


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You are not alone.

The ‘me too’ movement supports survivors of sexual violence and their allies by connecting survivors to resources, offering community organizing resources, pursuing a ‘me too’ policy platform, and gathering sexual violence researchers and research.

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Have a Voice. Be Heard Today.

“It should be commonsense to say, yes, we should enshrine women in the Constitution, but unfortunately we’re still having to fight that battle.”
Alyssa Milano
Via @HuffingtonPost


Equal Means Equal

Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

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In Nigeria, volunteer community mobilizers like Fatima Hussaini dedicate their time, hearts and energy to keeping people safe from #COVID19.

UNICEF USA Ambassador @Alyssa_Milano sat down with Fatima to discuss what keeps her motivated in the fight to #EndThePandemic.

“I think that celebrity is a really important thing, because we have the voice that’s recognizable, that can educate and empower people to make a difference”

#ERANow It’s time to finally pass the Equal Rights Amendment.

“I see the ERA being ratified and passed within two years and Me Too continuing to heal survivors. And Tarana Burke continuing to do amazing work.” – AJM via The Huffington Post