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Girl Entrepreneurs: Wish for WASH

Curator Claire Amundson writes about World Water Day (March 22) and entrepreneur Jasmine Burton’s new toilet that addresses sanitation problems worldwide.

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Book Review: Mambo in Chinatown

Sage Daugherty reviews Mambo in Chinatown by Jean Kwok. The novel is about a 22-year-old girl who accidentally becomes a dance teacher and fights to make a better life for her family.

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Incredible Girls: Kelly Catlin

Associate Editor Sage Daugherty continues her Incredible Girls column with a look at the life of Olympic cyclist and grad student, Kelly Catlin.

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Book Review: Marlena

Volunteer and Instagram Manager Chloe Turner reviews Marlena by Julie Buntin, a haunting coming-of-age story about friendship and loss.

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Ten years of Girl Museum

In 2009, it felt like I was finally starting to get my life together. I'd been mostly unemployed for several years, having quit my job to go to grad school in 2005. By the time I graduated, the US economy was not conducive to finding employment, and the museum field...

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Criminal Girls: Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox In 2016, Netflix released a documentary called Amanda Knox. It told the story of the murder of English student Meredith Kercher and the trials that followed. It included interviews with Amanda Knox, her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, the prosecutor...

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