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Empowering Our Girls: Curriculum & Activity Guides Available

Sisterhood Agenda unites women and girls in a global sisterhood movement. Empowering girls is no easy task. Empowerment is a complex concept, especially considering the socialization and media processes at work that can undermine our power from a very young age.  Sisterhood Agenda’s A Journey Toward Womanhood Curriculum Guide with[…]

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DC Superhero Sisterhood for Girls

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The DC superhero sisterhood for girls is pretty interesting.  The sisterhood franchise was launched in July 2015 as DC Super Hero Girls. Original characters featured at the launch were Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Katana, and Bumblebee. Other characters include:  Hal Jordan, Barry Allen, Star Sapphire, Beast Boy, Cheetah,[…]

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10 Ways to Be Like Wonder Woman

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Images by DC Comics Excerpt from Girls Guide:  How to Be a Sister Do you ever wonder about Wonder Woman? Created by  William Moulton Marston and published by DC Comics, Wonder Woman fights for justice, love, peace, and gender equality. Wonder Woman is a warrior princess of the Amazons tribe,[…]

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Warning to Young Women About Sharing Nude Photos & Videos

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Sharing Private Moments Girls and young women sharing nude pics and photos is a risky, yet commonplace activity.  According to a survey conducted by Cosmopolitan Magazine, 89% of  millennial women, those ages 20-35 year-old, have taken naked pictures of themselves. However, before you snap, post, chat, upload, download, or do anything naked or sexual[…]

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Baobab Flowers Tackles Education Inequality

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Afro-Brazilian Filmmaker Creates new film, Baobab Flowers, A Documentary That Explores Education Inequality in Brazil and the U.S. Gabriela Watson Aurazo, a Brazilian filmmaker and activist based in Philadelphia, just launched a crowdfunding campaign to support her latest documentary, Baobab Flowers. The film explores educational inequality as a global issue in Black[…]

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