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Appalachian Mountain Mama

I have the privilege of being a guest of a woman that I call my Mountain Mama, even though I only met her seven years ago. … Read More»

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Forthcoming elections, Wiztech and Feminist Politricks: A conversation with my 12year old son Part 1

I have just arrived from a cross border trip. My cell-phone had lost data connectivity for 5 days. … Read More»

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I do it with my own recipe

Cooking for my friends on weekend Seeing smiles on their faces Quickening their appetite My happiness I do it with my own recipe It is not professional It is just simple & random … Read More»

Women to Watch: 4 Girls’ Empowerment Champions

Meet four women who are changing the world, one girl at a time. Read More »

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TONGA: It's Time for Girls to Stop Taking a Backseat

After enduring limitations from society on the sole basis of her gender, Ana Ake is acutely aware that the future of her small island nation will depend on men and women rising together. Read More »

"In order to do this we must see men as our allies, our partners through thick and thin."

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NEPAL: Pen and Poltergeist

Haunted by girls who have been silenced by poverty, early marriage, and pregnancy, Sangita Thapa wields her own power of expression to channel their yearnings. Read More »

"It’s a battle for emancipation that each one of us must fight in solidarity with those who can’t fight for themselves."

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ZIMBABWE: Little Light, Lighting Big Torches

For Pelamutunzi, being a girl meant ridicule, adversity, and fear. Today, empowered by her hard-won education, she is advancing a new definition of girlhood in Zimbabwe. Read More »

"It is time for girls to rise up and swim in the pool of unity."

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AFGHANISTAN: The Cost of My Freedom

When Zahra Saifey went off to university, she knew she would gain knowledge. She didn’t know she would shed the security blanket of her restrictive background to claim her autonomy and radically alter her worldview. Read More »

"Before going to university, I was blind. I could not see the world as it is."

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