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Claire explores how cyberbullying impacts girls. According to a study published last year, girls report 3 times more cyberbullying than boys.
Destiny Crockett reflects on Black girls’ sexuality, using an example from the novel Rainbow Jordan.
Aranya Johar was born in Mumbai, India on the 7th of September 1998. She began writing poetry based on her experiences of misogyny and did her first poetry performance at an open mic session when she was 12 years old. Whilst in school, Johar was diagnosed with...
Our third spotlighted charity is WriteGirl, a creative writing and mentoring organization that promotes creativity, critical thinking and leadership skills to empower teen girls.
Some people believe Black girls have secret lives, separate from the versions of their lives governed by adults. They aren’t always secret, but sometimes they are sacred, especially when they create them with other Black girls. In the seventh grade, my middle school...
Junior Girl Emily VanderBent follows up her Dear America series post with some suggestions and recommendations for readers of all levels.
Emily Clarke discusses one of the most recognizable names in our Sites database: Anne Frank.
Meet one of our newest team members, Junior Girl Cate Baxter, and find out some of her interests and what brought her to Girl Museum!
A woman shouldn’t have to choose between feeding herself and her personal health. Every woman should have the ability to maintain her dignity.
Kamala Harris during her acceptance speech, wearing "suffragette white." While we can't yet say the dust is settling on the 2020 elections, we are beginning to see the end. Though Biden and Harris have 279 electoral college votes as I write this (and not all states...