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Program Developer Tiffany Rhoades writes about the instrumental women of Apollo 11, on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life of teenage scientist and aspiring astronaut, Alia al Mansoori.read more
Program Developer Tiffany Rhoades continues the Say Her Name series with a look into child marriage around the world.read more
Samantha Smith in Artek pioneer camp. Yuryi Abramochkin / Юрий Абрамочкин Samantha was born in Maine, United States and lived during the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. In November 1982, Yuri Andropov became leader of the Soviet Union. It was...read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty writes about newly-minted soccer champion, 24-year-old Rose Lavelle.read more
Junior Girl Sophie Small writes about Elena Cornaro Piscopia, who was featured in a Google Doodle in June.read more
Photo Credit: Cori Gauff's Instagram Over the last year, our own Contributing Writer, Tia Shah, has been writing an amazing column about trailblazing girls throughout history. This new Incredible Girls column is in that vein, only this column is about contemporary...read more
Program Developer Tiffany Rhoades writes about the gun violence epidemic and its impact on girls.read more
Junior Girl Noelle Belanger reviews the classic film, Titanic, and talks about Rose’s rebellion from her upper class, rigid upbringing.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life of period activist, Nadya Okamoto.read more