United by a desire to make a difference for women’s equality, Georgia Patch and Kiah Nicholas have started #redefinewomen, a social movement that turns to the power of the people to “help change the way women are perceived, by changing the way women are defined.”
As two ... [Read More]
Written and starring writer, improvisor, and funny mama Laura Eichhorn, this is "You Clean Up Nice", which she describes as "A funny music video for all the ladies who are done being judged. We're beautiful and powerful just the way we are."
Laura is a graduate of iO West and The Second City Hollywood Training Center. ... [Read More]
“2000 steps. 120 miles. 5 honorary degrees.”
These are just some of the numbers that have defined the brilliant and trailblazing Katherine Johnson’s legacy. Katherine is the NASA mathematician who served as the brains behind one of the greatest space missions in US history: ... [Read More]
In just 13 days, roughly 4,350 athletes from more than 160 countries will compete in 528 medal events in 22 different sports at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games (September 7–18). Among them will be 12-time Paralympic medalist (3 gold), 14-time world champion, and advocate for inclusion, Team USA Paralympic Wheelchair ... [Read More]
The new documentary Audrie & Daisy follows the stories of Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, two high school girls from different cities who were sexually assaulted by boys they considered to be friends.
Subsequently, the girls were both bullied online and constantly taunted at school. ... [Read More]
Determined to inspire both girls and boys with strong and powerful role models, sisters Roobini and Trisshala Sittampalam are on a mission to close the gender gap in the toy aisle with their new line of female action figures, the Velara Warriors.
The sisters were first inspired to create Velara Warriors after Trisshala went looking for a Rey action figure, ... [Read More]
In 1905, Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874 – 1942) wrote her first novel, Anne of Green Gables, and received rejections from every publisher to whom she sent it. So she put her manuscript "away in a hat box" and there it sat until 1907, when she dusted it off and decided to have another go at getting ... [Read More]
Ann Marie Sharoupim is a pharmacist who also creates and sells one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces made with breast milk. It was Ann Marie’s own breastfeeding journey that inspired her to start her jewelry endeavor Mamma's Liquid Love.
With her first child Rebecca, Ann Marie struggled to produce her own breast milk. "It took me ... [Read More]