Rad American Women A To Z, by Kate Schatz and illustrated by Miriam Klein Stahl, is a book for children and their parents, teachers, and cool grown-up friends who like ABCs, social justice and women who just all around rock! ... [Read More]
Nickelodeon partnered with the Because of Them, We Can™ initiative to commemorate Black History Month with kids portraying distinguished African Americans and their inspiring messages.
Three PSA's were created and have been running on-air and online throughout the month of February, they include ... [Read More]
This brilliantly inspired and hilariously clever poem by Inkskinned is all too fitting to share on "Tell A Fairy Tale Day" as it reimagines kick-ass lives for six Disney Princesses, and delivers an empowering moral in the process.
i don’t imagine my princesses in the same way
others do, either kissing their husband and in
marital perfection or ... [Read More]
This ad for British mobile phone company Kazam got put on our radar after Business Insider reported it "has been banned in the UK on the grounds that it was likely to objectify women."
It's intended to promote what the brand is touting as the world's slimmest Smartphone. ... [Read More]
If you happen to ride a motorcycle (or just have a thing for badass, protective head gear), why not channel your inner superhero while you're cruising around? Thanks to AirGraffix, an Illinois based company that offers super cool hand-painted helmets, you can transform yourself into an unofficial member of the Avengers, the Justice League or an independent ... [Read More]
Esther Okade LOVES math! Her contagious enthusiasm for the subject and early accomplishments has brought her media attention since she was just six years old. Now, at the ripe old age of 10, Esther has enrolled at The Open University, UK with the goal of completing a math degree in just two years.
But that’s just the beginning for this whiz. ... [Read More]
Each week, Connie Charney packs a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to give to a person in need when she commutes from New Jersey to Penn Station, headed to New York University where she teaches a course in occupational therapy. She’s been giving sandwiches to the ... [Read More]
Recently, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in collaboration with the Afghan Civil Society Forum, the provincial Department of Women’s Affairs (DoWA) in Kunduz and the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, hosted a week long drawing competition in which Afghan students ... [Read More]