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Junior Girl Megan Clout reviews Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 by Cho Nam-Joo, an international bestseller about the millennial experience in Korea.
What Kamala Harris’s election as Vice President means is glass-shattering…especially for BIPOC girls.
The granddaughter of Queen Victoria is a criminal! Explore the life of Princess Sophia Alexandra Duleep Singh with us.
For too long, philanthropy has overlooked the needs of Black girls and women. Until now. Help us mobilize #1Billion4BlackGirls and support our collective liberation: 1Billion4BlackGirls.org
As Emily Bronte wrote, we are very thoroughly connected to our ‘clay’ - physical forms that make us and surround us and in particular, our own bodies. But so many girls struggle because we are told to disconnect. From postmodern philosophy, to Christian theology, to...
Phoebe, as part of her role as soldier travelled widely and with more freedom than others of her gender at the time. During her time in the army she served in the West Indies, Gibraltar and Britain.
Dorothy Lawrence in 1915. Photo via Wikimedia Commons. In 1915 an English journalist, Dorothy Lawrence (1896-1964) was biking through France. She cycled to Creil, a French base camp, to report on World War I (1914-1918). Dorothy went to France to “see what an ordinary...
Image from https://www.elizabethklehfoth.com/events I need to start this review by saying that I read a lot of mysteries, I watch a lot of police procedural shows and I listen to true crime podcasts while I work. I say this because the mystery element of the book was...
25 years…and so much to celebrate! Here at Girl Museum, we celebrate and honor girls year-round, so it felt appropriate to highlight some of the resources you can visit at our museum today.
Her own person, from following in the footsteps of her father to being a force to be reckoned with: Bindi Irwin.
She grew up at Australia Zoo, and has worked hard to help educate others on the issues wildlife and the planet are facing in several documentaries. Now, she travels the world, sharing her passion about helping the planet, and learning about the plight of climate change and mass extinction.