This month, we will read fantasy books, expressing important ideas about proving yourself through light-hearted and imaginative stories.
A lot is going on in the world right now that is frustrating.
What’s an aspiring teenage girl social media activist to do? 4 min read
Consider a trip to the bookstore or library to prepare for the days of winter break, and keep your eyes peeled for these wonderful graphic novels for K-12.
This month’s books are about girls who saw something wrong in the world, and decided that they could use their voices to make a change.
Young people came out in record numbers in the 2018 midterms. Here’s what younger teens think about the voting age, and how to engage with your girl about politics. 5 min read
Click here to download the Power Lab slides In the fall of 2018 we are launching the Girls Leadership Power Lab, a national incubator to disrupt the loss of voice and confidence for over one million girls. Our Lab is built on our long term partnerships with the Student Leadership Network, in New York, …
Whether its an urban adventure of running in the rain or a mountain adventure of running through the night, how do we encourage girls to get out there and pursue their own adventure that’s just right for them? 5 min
What to do when a social media post is in the gray area between cyberbullying and harmless fun. 4 min read
This month we’re enjoying stories about girls who have outdoor adventures, who appreciate the wonders of nature, and who look at the world through bright, curious eyes.
Good news – girls feel more empowered. Unfortunately they’re still valued by attractiveness. Here are 4 tips to equip our girls to transform the culture of media.