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Meet The Muslim Feminist Activist Breaking Stereotypes, Promoting Education & Women’s Rights

Meet The Muslim Feminist Activist Breaking Stereotypes, Promoting Education & Women’s Rights

In an era of Trump-led politics in the US, breaking down stereotypes and speaking out against fear and lies is an imperative. Probably the ONLY good thing we’ve seen since […]

June 20, 2017 ×
Two Women Fighting Menstrual Stigma In Hong Kong By Encouraging Conversation & Education

Two Women Fighting Menstrual Stigma In Hong Kong By Encouraging Conversation & Education

How it is 2017 and menstrual stigma is STILL a thing, is beyond us. But as long as it exists, we will continue to write about it and raise awareness […]

June 14, 2017 ×
Meet Nicole Isaac: Fmr Obama Aide, Start-up Founder & Head Of US Public Policy At LinkedIn

Meet Nicole Isaac: Fmr Obama Aide, Start-up Founder & Head Of US Public Policy At LinkedIn

Although women make up 51% of the US population, when it comes to being represented at our highest level of government, they only make up a mere 19% in Congress. […]

June 1, 2017 ×
Three Ways The Internet Has Revolutionized The Education Experience & Improved The Way We Learn

Three Ways The Internet Has Revolutionized The Education Experience & Improved The Way We Learn

The prevalence of the internet and online technology has made its way into various areas of our lives, including education. Gone are the days of the chalkboard, notepad, and pencil […]

May 23, 2017 ×
Inside Edopia: Young Entrepreneurship Being Fostered In This Progressive Pakistani School

Inside Edopia: Young Entrepreneurship Being Fostered In This Progressive Pakistani School

This is the fourth edition of the Inside Edopia series, focusing on an alternative learning school located in Islamabad, Pakistan. The first, second and third editions are also available in […]

April 21, 2017 ×
India’s “School For Grannies” Gives Elderly Women The Education They Never Received While Young

India’s “School For Grannies” Gives Elderly Women The Education They Never Received While Young

It’s never too late to learn something new, and these elderly women in India are proving just that. The Aajibaichi Shala center, which translates to “school for grannies” opened in […]

April 14, 2017 ×
How My Disappointing College Experience Helped Me Understand Valuable Lessons About Failure

How My Disappointing College Experience Helped Me Understand Valuable Lessons About Failure

By Jessica Freeman I had never really understood the word “resilient”, used to describe a person who has gone through trauma and come out stronger for it, until long after […]

April 12, 2017 ×
#1000BlackGirlBooks Founder Marley Dias Is Publishing An Activist Book For Teens & Children

#1000BlackGirlBooks Founder Marley Dias Is Publishing An Activist Book For Teens & Children

The resistance is indeed real! Well technically, that should read: “the resistance is female”. A recent poll by Lake Research Partners found that women between the ages of 46-65 have […]

April 10, 2017 ×
Inside Edopia: How A Progressive School Structure Fosters Education In Young Women

Inside Edopia: How A Progressive School Structure Fosters Education In Young Women

This is the third edition of the Inside Edopia series, focusing on an alternative learning school located in Islamabad, Pakistan. This edition is exclusive to GirlTalkHQ. The first and second […]

March 31, 2017 ×
H&M To Donate Millions For Child Refugee Education, But What About Addressing Its Sweatshop Problem?

H&M To Donate Millions For Child Refugee Education, But What About Addressing Its Sweatshop Problem?

We recently came across an interesting article about a very important and timely issue. Global retailer H&M announced their H&M Foundation has partnered with the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, to […]

March 29, 2017 ×
10 Essential Audiobooks About Women Of Color To Download During Women’s History Month

10 Essential Audiobooks About Women Of Color To Download During Women’s History Month

If your feminism is not intersectional, then how feminist is it? That is the motto we are focusing on this Women’s History Month, where activism, intersectionality, equality and marginalized voices […]

March 17, 2017 ×
Inside Edopia: Teachers Become The First Step In Evolving Education In This Pakistani School

Inside Edopia: Teachers Become The First Step In Evolving Education In This Pakistani School

By Walter Yeates (This is the second edition of the Inside Edopia series, focusing on an alternative learning school located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Read the first piece here.) Recent debates […]

March 17, 2017 ×