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Ada Lovelace Augusta Ada Byron, otherwise known as Ada Lovelace, was destined for greatness. One hundred years before Alan Turing and long before the 1960’s black NASA computer scientists, Ada was the first to write a computer program. Born on the 10th of December,...
From a young age, Hannah honed her writing skills, whilst working at a boarding school. In 1762, at the age of 17, she wrote the play The Search After Happiness. By the mid-1780s, the play had sold over 10,000 copies.
Nancy-Bird Walton was an inspiration to many women pilots. Despite suffering from economic setbacks during the Depression, Nancy-Bird achieved her dream to become a pilot. After her groundbreaking licensing at 19, Nancy used her skills to help others in need.
Historian Devon Allen explores the complicated history of Red Riding Hood, whose story comes from various parts of the world.
Since her first foray into television at the age of 19 Stacey has made over 50 documentaries. These documentaries cover a wide range of topics and issues.
Junior Girl Emily Rawle looks back on her time traveling in California, and lessons that you learn through travel.
Bessie Watson, 1910, Women’s March in London. The Women’s Library LSE Flickr (7JCC/O/02/022) Girls throughout the world have unique talents, talents that they work tirelessly to perfect. Many girls have used their talents to help move forward causes that they feel...
The above quote is from Brooke Davis for the TV show One Tree Hill. This quote has always resonated with me but particularly this year. So far in 2020 we’ve had the death of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, a global pandemic that has affected millions of people,...
Chaeli’s charity work and activism is truly inspiring as she is determined to make sure that her disability was seen as a blessing not a burden.
Junior Girl Emily Rawle looks back on her time traveling in Florence, Italy, and lessons that you learn through travel.