My weekly take on the news from the Girl Justice movement (locally, nationally, and internationally). Please share what you have been reading in the comments!
Seattle Girls’ School participated in the “No Ceilings” conversation with Hillary Clinton to talk about promoting girls in STEAM. That’s science, technology, engineering, ART and math!
The PACE Center for Girls, a program that works with girls who’s been involved in the criminal justice system, looks to expand its gender responsive programming outside of Florida.
Good news! More girls made it to the FIRST Lego League championship this year, and more girls are leaders on their teams.
Today is the YWCA’s Stand Against Racism, a day to unite to protest racial injustice. Find a participating organization and stand against racism in your community.
Mizune, a 14-year-old girl, is organizing the community in the refugee camp where she lives in Jordan. As a result, 70% of the youth in the camp are in school.
Going to prom this year? Upload a photo to Instagram with the #PromGirlUp and PromGirl.com will donate $1 to Girl Up’s work to unite girls to change the world.