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  • Saving Nigerian Women and Girls

    On March 10th, 2017, Nigerian writer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and UN volunteer and ambassador, Unyime Ivy-King unveiled her new non-governmental organization, Save...

    Jenna SalisburryApril 4, 2017
  • Girls Not Brides: Ending Child Marriage

    Girls Not Brides is an organization that seeks to end child marriage. It defines child marriage as “any formal marriage or...

    Samantha SontagApril 3, 2017
  • Saying NO to Tunisia’s Rape Laws

    Rape culture is an ongoing global epidemic. While half the world is moving forward and denouncing the crime of rape as...

    Jenna SalisburryMarch 31, 2017
  • Girl Troop Sparks Social Change

    Two California mothers believe that young girls should be given an opportunity to learn about the social issues that affect their...

    Brielle WagnerMarch 30, 2017
  • Olympic Pressure Removes Female Restrictions

    Trying to play golf was challenging even before there were rules stopping people from playing it. Northwest of Tokyo sits the...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 30, 2017
  • Erasing the Brand of Sex Trafficking

    Police officers are beginning to find more ways to recognize the signs of a victim of sex trafficking. They have noticed the...

    Catherine HorneMarch 29, 2017
  • Fighting Sexism One Campaign at a Time

    Kamie Crawford and Nicholas Ferroni are activists that have made a bold and compelling statement on modern sexism. They used their photography campaign,...

    Ariana KraftMarch 29, 2017
  • Bus Driver Rescues Missing Child

    The wheels on this bus went round and round until the driver needed to hop out and save a child from...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 29, 2017
  • I am Jane Doe Aims to Stop Sex Trafficking

    The internet is the modern way for people to connect, learn, and create on a virtual platform. It has generated an...

    Brielle WagnerMarch 28, 2017
  • Walk Five Miles in Her Shoes

    There is a scene in the famous novel To Kill a Mockingbird in which Atticus Finch imparts some wisdom about empathy...

    Catherine HorneMarch 27, 2017
  • Women on Wings: Supporting India’s Women

    India is rapidly growing and expanding as a world economic power; however, some members are being left behind. While the middle...

    Samantha SontagMarch 27, 2017
  • Woman Uses Facebook to Help Homeless

    Meet Victor Hubbard, a man who lived alone on the same street corner for years. That ended when another woman stepped...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 22, 2017
  • Company Takes Big Steps for Workplace Inclusion

    Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide is a NYC-based advertising, marketing, and public relations agency. Earlier in January, 2017 they made an announcement...

    Ariana KraftMarch 21, 2017
  • Shop Promotes Fair Trade for Cambodia

    When shopping for gifts, we always want to give something unique and interesting. Some people search antique markets, others custom-order products,...

    Rachel MideyMarch 21, 2017
  • WGF: You Must Understand Social Inequalities

    Susan B. Anthony once said “I do not demand equal pay for any women save those who do equal work...

    Catherine HorneMarch 20, 2017
  • Equality Now: Putting Sex Traffickers on Notice

    Equality Now is an international human rights organization that focuses on the human rights of women and girls. They mainly focus on...

    Catherine HorneMarch 17, 2017
  • Would You Get the “Decent Dude” Award?

    NYC-based product designer and impromptu award presenter, Yvonne Lin, is currently eight months into her second pregnancy and has a two-hour...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 15, 2017
  • Electric Company Makes Waves for Women in the Workplace

    In honor of International Women’s Day 2017, Schneider Electric reaffirmed their commitment to actively promote gender diversity within their company. Schneider Electric develops...

    Ariana KraftMarch 14, 2017
  • Therapy App Helps Over the Phone

    It is a common myth that therapy is only for people with serious issues. This myth still persists in society despite...

    Catherine HorneMarch 14, 2017
  • Not for Sale

    Faida is a young woman from Eastern Europe who managed to find a way to escape human traffickers in Amsterdam. Her...

    Catherine HorneMarch 13, 2017
  • Me, Myself, and My Instincts

    How many times have you juggled your own gut instinct with others’ opinions? Your heart says yes but other people say...

    Diba BijariMarch 9, 2017
  • SafeTrek: A Safe Way Home

    In life we can be forced into some tricky, unsafe, and scary situations. Walking home at night or being home alone...

    Catherine HorneMarch 7, 2017
  • The Big Bang Theory: Closing the Pay Gap

    It’s a show that has been around for a long time, and with good reason. If you’ve seen an episode of...

    Samantha SontagMarch 6, 2017
  • Keep A Breast, Raise Awareness

    Emily Dickinson once said, “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings a tune without the words...

    Catherine HorneMarch 6, 2017