Remembering Theatre Girls

Today we are celebrating World Theatre Day and using this opportunity to acknowledge girls’ impact on theatre and their accomplishments on and out the stage.

Recovering the Trobaritz 

Did you know there were female troubadours? Discover the poetry and exceptional lives of the trobaritz – female medieval poets.

Girl Activists: Sarah Parker Remond

too often, Black girlhood centers around their struggles and tragedies – rather than their achievements. This month, we’re highlighting Black girls whose stories are – instead – filled with the more positive side of empowerment.

Artemis and Wild Girls

This post originally appeared as a GirlSpeak podcast episode. In Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, the character of Cathy states “I wish I were a girl again, half savage and hardy, and free.” This quote illustrates a nostalgia for girlhood, and...

Honoring Nellie Bly

100 years after Nellie Bly’s death, we investigate how her activism and writing began in her girlhood.

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