This past Sunday, on International Women's Day, Microsoft showed their support for young girls who like science and engineering with the launch of a new ad.
The delightful young women featured in the video talk about their incredible accomplishments, while also sharing some of the challenges they face in pursing their passion.
Sadly, although 7 out of 10 girls are interested in science, only 2 out of ... [Read More]
UPDATE: Art prints of Feminism At Work are now available.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Women You Should Know commissioned award-winning cartoonist, author and illustrator, David Trumble to execute our vision for an original piece of art that would pay ... [Read More]
Emoticons have become a new language, a way to express oneself in today’s digital world. But body image activists are saying no to Facebook’s “fat” and “ugly” emoticons with petitions to get the social media giant to remove these options from it’s list ... [Read More]
Women You Should Know is excited and honored to be hosting the New York City screening of the highly acclaimed documentary The Empowerment Project. The inspiring night will kick-off with a pre-party, followed immediately by the screening, and will close with an engaging chat lead by our special guests, the film's Writer/Director Sarah Moshman and ... [Read More]
A month ago, we proudly broke the news on an ambitious social media campaign, Women On 20s, that aims to get a woman’s face on U.S. paper currency for the first time ever.
We are thrilled to have been the very first media outlet to tell their inspiring story, and we are equally thrilled that we weren't the only one to cover this great catalyst of potential historic change. ... [Read More]
In celebration of International Women's Day, YouTube has launched the #DearMe initiative, urging women to share advice they would give to their younger selves. The campaign was created to inspire and empower young girls everywhere.
YouTube is appealing to anyone who wants to participate,"We all know that growing up is tough. ... [Read More]
By Kristin Fitzgerald-Zita - The last thing you imagine when you head off to the hospital to have your baby is never bringing him home. As a chronic worrier I admit I did think something might happen to me during delivery, but I always believed that the healthy baby boy I was carrying was perfectly safe. ... [Read More]
As reported by AdWeek, "Today, The Salvation Army in South Africa released what just might be the most harrowing take on the viral phenomenon - in the form of a domestic abuse PSA."
Headline reads: "Why is it so hard to see black and blue?"
Copy reads: "The only illusion is if you think it was her choice. One in 6 women are victims of abuse. Stop abuse against ... [Read More]