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Feminism

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Unboxing White Feminism Explained, & Iskra Lawrence Shuns Perfection

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Unboxing White Feminism Explained, & Iskra Lawrence Shuns Perfection

Welcome to this week’s edition of Feminist Friday, our weekly where we get to take a break from our regular scheduled programming and share some of our favorite videos of […]

Girl on a Mission

‘Girls Who Code’ Founder Reshma Saujani Says Teach Girls Bravery, Not Perfection

‘Girls Who Code’ Founder Reshma Saujani Says Teach Girls Bravery, Not Perfection

We love Reshma Saujani. She is a badass entrepreneur and changer of many girls’ lives. As the founder of Girls Who Code and author of a book every woman should […]

Boys We Like, Entertainment

New Graphic Novel ‘Silicon Heroes’ Created To Inspire The Next Generation Of Entrepreneurs

New Graphic Novel ‘Silicon Heroes’ Created To Inspire The Next Generation Of Entrepreneurs

When we think of cultural icons we conjure up images of pop stars, celebrities, athletes and even reality stars. Rarely do we envision STEM industry creators and founders, although perhaps […]

Working Women

2 Girls Create Award Wining App Musiklearn Which Helps Kids W/ Dyslexia & Autism

2 Girls Create Award Wining App Musiklearn Which Helps Kids W/ Dyslexia & Autism

There is a big push to get girls interested in science and technology from an early age, because the STEM sectors are the fastest growing industries in the market today. […]

Working Women

How Sheryl Sandberg Plans To Increase The Presence Of Women At Facebook

How Sheryl Sandberg Plans To Increase The Presence Of Women At Facebook

We saw reports from Google and Facebook back in July about the state (or lack thereof) of diversity at the two tech giants. Both companies stated they were severely lacking […]

Interviews

Teen Girls: The New Generation Of Coders Taking Over The Tech World

Teen Girls: The New Generation Of Coders Taking Over The Tech World

In case you haven’t noticed, the tech industry is booming like nobody’s business. And it’s booming because it is no longer the older white male exclusive group it used to […]

Girl on a Mission

17 Y/O Girl Wins Hackathon By Creating An App That Prevents TV Spoilers

17 Y/O Girl Wins Hackathon By Creating An App That Prevents TV Spoilers

Jennie Lamere is a 17 year old  high school senior from Nashua, New Hampshire, who likes building robots, hiking, and entering “hackathon” competitions. Lamere entered the TVnext Hack event,   in […]