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Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look into the life and career of 19-year-old photographer, Shannon Glasson.read more
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Alexandra Kenney, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!read more
Junior Girl Niamh Hanrahan reviews Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche’s Dear Ijeawale, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life and career of teenage musical prodigy, Alma Deutscher.read more
Junior Girl Tia Shah continues with her Trailblazers column by detailing the life of Vietnamese revolutionary Lady Trieu.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty writes about the 116th United States Congress, and about, for the first time in a while, feeling hope for the future.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty launches her new 2019 column. Each week she will write about an incredible girl. First up: Marley Dias!read more
I won’t lie – this year was hard. 2018 was full of pivotal moments; some pretty incredible, and some dire "can we get through this?" ones as well. Every year, I ask myself: Do people care about what we are doing? Are we just treading water? Pushing out content to...read more
Junior Girl Tia Shah continues her Trailblazer column with the life of Hypatia, who was one of the first female mathematicians in the ancient world.read more
There’s Someone inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins follows high school student Makani Young as she settles into her new life in Nebraska. She moved from Hawaii under mysterious circumstances, but quickly makes friends and, as with many YA books, finds romance. Her...read more