“Berets, badges, Black Lives Matter and social justice: the youth group for activist girls of color.”
Meet the Radical Monarchs, an Oakland, CA based group dedicated to creating opportunities for young girls of color “to form fierce sisterhood, celebrate their identities and contribute radically ... [Read More]
With the New Year come New Year’s resolutions, and 4-year-old Olor has a few words about the often unrealistic goals we set for ourselves.
In this 2-minute video, Olor, who “loves sharing her thoughts,” explains how big changes don’t happen in an instant and it’s the small changes that make a difference.
"Keep your resolutions, ... [Read More]
Over the last 363 days, we’ve had the privilege to get to know some truly extraordinary women and tell their stories. This year, we’ve also met a number of inspiring girls who are rockin’ their corners of the world. Among this esteemed group of future women you will know, there were several, ranging in age from 6-16 with interests in sports, activism, STEM, literacy, ... [Read More]
WYSK friend Michele Sinisgalli-Yulo, the founder of Princess Free Zone, Inc., a brand that offers an alternative to all things princess for little girls by addressing issues of gender and gender stereotyping, sent us an awesome tweet earlier this week… ... [Read More]
Kaylee Rodgers, a student at the Killard House School in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, wowed the audience at the school’s annual choir concert last week with her performance of a version of Leonard Cohen's “Hallelujah.”
According to the school’s website, Killard provides a “nurturing, supportive and safe environment for children and ... [Read More]
This is Shaylee, a delightful 7-year-old with some seriously amazing storytelling skills! Shaylee, who was born deaf, is a native signer and the daughter of Sheena McFeely and Manny Johnson, who are also deaf and teach American Sign Language (ASL) on their website ASLnook.
According to her mom, Shaylee has always been ... [Read More]
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"I like skating with boys cause it’s pushing me to be a better skater, to go gnarlier, get new tricks. I wish there was more girl skaters."
So Sky Brown, an 8-year-old, self-taught skater and surfer, and the youngest person ever to skate ... [Read More]
Meet Campbell Elise Jones. She’s 8 years old, in the third grade, and when she’s not playing with friends, she loves to draw and write. In fact, she carries a notebook and pencil with her at all times. The young wordsmith’s trusty tools recently came in handy when her dad Clave Jones, Editor-In-Chief of Nerds on Earth ... [Read More]