Feeling an equal mix of utter inspiration and gut-wrenching devastation over what women still have to endure all over the world, our experience at the Sixth Annual Women In The World Summit yesterday was beyond our wildest expectations, and one that touched us all in the most profound ways. Of everything that we saw ... [Read More]
"Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1930s and 40s. She danced at clubs such as The Apollo, Cotton Club, and Zanzibar Club, with legends including Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, and Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson."
Although Alice danced in many movies, commercials ... [Read More]
Meet the woman who has brought an earthquaking level of loud, unrestrained laughter to our office. Her name is Alison Leiby and she's a stand-up comic and writer in New York (ps - she really likes wine). We just started following her on Twitter, and it's one of the best decisions we have ever made... today.
Here are some of her Tweets that we loved, ... [Read More]
Today marks the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, a campaign created in 1970 to "force environmental protection onto the national political agenda." It has since grown to be a movement that is credited as "the largest civic event in the world, celebrated simultaneously around the globe." More than a billion people participate in Earth Day each year, and we want you to ... [Read More]
Last week, Women You Should Know broke the news of Sophie Thomas, the 13-year-old eighth grader from Ohio, who had her “feminist” t-shirt blacked out in her class photo by her middle school principal for being "offensive."
Since, Sophie’s story has been shared and ... [Read More]
It’s truly baffling that women’s history is presented, far too often, in a painfully boring way, especially when the women who made said history were anything but boring. So with the help of a clever video-short from the Wisconsin Media Lab, this is our ode to Belle Case La Follette, a kickass woman who made her voice heard ... [Read More]
"There are fantastic, incredible, interesting, passionate and inspiring women around every corner, all over the globe." That's what we always say when it comes to our daily quest to find and celebrate women who are making things happen in their world. And we proved that point, once again, when we met Eve Mendolia yesterday... on Twitter. It was a chance meeting, ... [Read More]
Promoting the presence, awareness and progress of women in traditionally male-dominated fields, childhood friends Jessica Gordon-Roth and Margo Vallee have launched the grassroots campaign This Is What We Look Like.
Through the campaign, Jessica a philosopher and Margo an ... [Read More]