Best books of 2022
My best books of the year!
Each holiday season, I'm reminded of how far we have to go to root out sexism in our language. Here are 8 tips on how to do that.
What really sold engineering for Michele Hayward was when she was 12 and a Category Five hurricane hit South Carolina.
So many of us said we'd move to Canada after the 2016 election...Mahlena-Rae Johnson actually did it to seek a better life as a Black woman.
Aaliyah Nitoto is the visionary founder of Free Range Flower Winery, which makes wine from organically grown flowers, not grapes.
Veronica Arreola, a professional feminist, mom, and writer who has been working to diversify the STEM field for 2 decades.
When Lily Shaw was starting out as actress, her first agent told her, “If you only had the right look, you could be Sandra Bullock.”
Dr. Naama Barnea-Goraly is using her skills to create an app to support young women: Girltelligence.
Dr. Leslie Batchelder survived childhood abuse and trauma, mental illness, sexual harassment and assault, cancer, infertility, and the NICU.
“I put pen to paper for the first time when I was 35, and I had my first novel published when I was 45."
I’ve been advocating for nonsexist language in writing ever since I discovered feminism in college. And every Christmas, I’m reminded yet ag
Raina has an extensive grit story, but we mostly talked about her experience as a death doula and cannabis practitioner.
“Though this is a challenge, you will grow up to be a leader who will help our people. We need you to get through this.”