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Volunteer and Instagram Manager Chloe Turner continues her Girls in Podcasts column and reviews another episode of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, which tells the story of Olympic swimmer and refugee Yusra Mardini.read more
Junior Girl Tia Shah continues her Trailblazer column by exploring the life of an influential woman in science, and poetry, Wang Zhenyi.read more
Curatorial and Social Media Volunteer Ruth Wainman talks about the iconic British doll, Sindy, Sindy’s rival, Barbie, and how both dolls impacted past and modern day girlhood.read more
The TV show Riverdale debuted in 2017, and is based on characters from Archie Comics. The show has a mystery element to it with the murder of Jason Blossom in the first episode. While the characters try to figure out who is responsible they also have their own issues...read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty reviews 1001 Cranes by Naomi Hirahara, about a Japanese-American girl named Angela and her eventful, cultural summer spent with her grandparents in Los Angeles.read more
Junior Girl Maddi Mctavish interviews emerging visual artist Alex Beckinsale about art, her process, thrift stores and much more.read more
Junior Girl Gabrielle Caveney reviews The Sky is Falling by Kit Pearson and talks about how the young protagonist, Norah, grows and changes throughout the book, due to her experiences in World War Two.read more
Curatorial and Social Media Volunteer Ruth Wainman delves into the My Little Pony craze of the 1980s and the effect the toy has had on girls.read more
Junior Girl Hannah Kelly revisits one of her favorite TV series, Friends, and talks about the societal and gender role shift pertaining to girls, from the 1990s to today.read more
Associate Editor Sage Daugherty tries to contain her rage in this week’s No Time For Fear column, where she writes about a teenage girl in Sudan who was sentenced to death after killing her husband after he tried to rape her.read more