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Junior Girl Yuwen Zhang reviews Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts, and discusses the STEM aspects of the book.
Volunteer Claire Rochet reflects on her anxiety in the time of COVID isolation and how she has learned to cope in this time.
Junior Girl Karolina Saxerbo Sjoberg writes about Scrabble, the role that games play in her life, and how she uses them to make healthier choices.
We are seeking contributions to our I am a Girl exhibit, which will premiere in 2021. This exhibit explores the historical and contemporary definitions of girlhood, and hopes to provide the world with a more inclusive perspective on what it means to identify as a “girl” today.
In 2014, Malala became the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Prize in recognition of her “struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Yuwen Zhang, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!
Junior Girl Emily Scott reviews the stunning 2018 memoir Educated by Tara Westover about growing up in a survivalist cult.
Junior Girl Emily Scott writes about her girlhood heroine, Stargirl, featured in the iconic children’s book by Jerry Spinelli.
I know what kind of world I want post COVID-19, but do you? Visit our Podcast page on Anchor, and click the ‘Message’ button to leave a voicemail telling us how you would like to see the world change for the better: https://anchor.fm/girlspeak
What was once quiet woods became an industrial center in the nineteenth century. Author Rebecca Harding Davis (1831-1910) documented this change in her realistic writing and journalism