Rad American Women A-Z: A New Alphabet Book You’ll Want To Own

An illustrated book for children and their parents, teachers, and cool grown-up friends who like ABCs, social justice and women who rock!


Fix-It Friday: How To Clean Jewelry Using Common Household Items

There really are dozens of DIY jewelry cleaning techniques. DIY expert, Norma “Toolbelt Diva” Vally, gives us her top 3 – what are yours?

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If Our Sons Were Treated Like Our Daughters

Educational Psychologist, Lori Day takes us on an eye-opening journey as she shows us the childhood of one baby boy, born into a parallel universe, where gender roles are flipped.


Watch These Young Girls Recite Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman”… It’s Awesome

Nickelodeon has partnered with the Because of Them, We Can™ initiative to commemorate Black History Month.

Watch These Young Girls Recite Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman”… It’s Awesome


Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

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National Wear Red Day: 5 Fun Ways To Rock Some Red Tomorrow

February 5, 2015 by

1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke each year. In fact, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. Despite these grave statistics, too many women still don't pay attention to their heart health, and are in the dark about their risks and the facts. Leading the charge to end this deadly foe, once and for all, is ... [Read More]


Meet the High School Senior Who’s Changing The Future Of Tech For Girls

February 5, 2015 by

By Pooja Chandrashekar - Four years ago, on my first day of high school, I looked around my fourth period AP Computer Science class. The familiar mix of nervousness and excitement that comes with all first days was there, but there was something more disconcerting. My class only had three girls - including me. For a school as science and tech-focused ... [Read More]

We Just Can’t Get Enough Of This Schoolhouse Rock Sufferin’ ‘Til Suffrage Video

Sufferin’ ‘Till Suffrage: 40 Years Later, This Is Still One Of The Greatest Women’s History Lessons

February 4, 2015 by

#WayBackWednesday is taking us way back to our childhoods. If you were a kid in the '70s or '80s you probably learned about conjunctions, the Constitution, and even how a bill becomes a law from the animated series Schoolhouse Rock. But one of our favorite episodes, which has proven that it can stand ... [Read More]

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Are The Toughest People In The World Men?

February 4, 2015 by

By Sophie Radcliffe - This is not a question I have ever asked myself. Until today. Until I received an email from the BBC rejecting my application for a TV show entitled ‘World’s Toughest Army’, because I’m female. Wow! Really? In 2015? Shouldn’t this be something they heavily avoid, especially after all the criticism Bear Gryll’s received for his men-only survival show? After excitedly finding ... [Read More]


Neonatal ICU Nurses Launch Onesie Collection To Help Premature Babies In Need

February 4, 2015 by

Amanda Dubin and Kelly Meyer, two “baby obsessed” neonatal ICU nurses who share a common passion for helping others and making a difference, have launched Luc&Lou, a baby onesie company that supports families in need. Inspired by the simple words “one for me & one for you,” Luc&Lou donates a onesie for every one purchased, ... [Read More]

Krystyna Kubran Races Motorcycles Like A Girl

Krystyna Kubran Races Motorcycles Like A Girl

February 3, 2015 by

Meet Krystyna Kubran. The 5' 3" powerhouse is one of only about 20 women out of the more than 300 men who race motorcycles in California, and she's quickly becoming one of the fastest. Apparently, this gets some of the guys she races against pretty riled up. Krystyna says, "The pigtails are pretty easy to spot on the racetrack. One guy told me that he was getting angrier and angrier as he was trying to ... [Read More]


To Dye, Or Not To Dye? That Is The Question Facing This Breast Cancer Survivor

February 3, 2015 by

By Lisa Goldstein - Two weeks after my eighth and final chemo session, my hair started to grow back. Just like the doctor promised. Four months after that, peach fuzz carpeted my head. I stopped wearing my wig whom I named Delilah, after the biblical heroine who overcame the invincible Samson. For the past year I channeled my inner Delilah and overcame my ... [Read More]


She Was Accepted To Medical School As A Goof, But The Joke Was On The Men Who Voted Elizabeth Blackwell In

February 3, 2015 by

Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female medical doctor in the United States, is typically included among the small handful of women that almost always makes the lesson plan in your average American history class. And rightfully so... she was a true pioneer. But what we didn't know was ... [Read More]