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Mar 9, 2015

LEGO Justice League: Women of the Supreme Court

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10 Inspiring TED Talks for IWD2015

Mar 8, 2015

To honor International Women’s Day, check out these 10 TED Talks by inspiring female speakers. 10 talks by women that everyone should watch

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Feb 8, 2015

It’s been 300 days since Boko Haram kidnapped hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria. Malala hasn’t forgotten, and neither should we. ‪#‎BringBackOurGirls ‬Malala Urges the World to Remember Nigerian Schoolgirls

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GSG’s First School: Construction photos!

Feb 7, 2015

Construction of the Kampong Pluk Secondary School –the first school funded by Girls Supporting Girls! — is moving along quickly. The school is in the Prasat Bakong District in Siem Reap Province, in northwest Cambodia. 155 students will attend grades 7-9 there once it’s completed! THANK YOU donors, supporters and friends. We couldn’t be more […]

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#LikeAGirl ad is running during the Super Bowl

Feb 1, 2015

Remember the powerful Always ‪#‎LikeAGirl‬ ad? It will air again during the Super Bowl today to encourage all of us to empower young women. So best of luck to both teams! We hope every player runs like a girl. Always #LikeAGirl – Super Bowl XLIX

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“A country where schools are not functioning is a country that will fall into failure.”

Jan 31, 2015

Check out this inspiring video of a school in the conflict-hit Central African Republic that has reopened its doors after rebels used it as a base. Central African Republic school used as rebel base starts over | UNICEF

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Dec 31, 2014

Did you know that one third of the world’s illiterate population resides in India? If immediate action is not taken, it is estimated that by 2020 one half of the world’s illiterate population will live in this country. The language diversity of India (only 30 percent of Indians speak Hindi and 19 languages have official […]

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Dec 17, 2014

We at Girls Supporting Girls are devastated by the senseless terrorist attack in Peshawar. Our hearts go out to all of the children, teachers and families affected by this act of cowardice. 

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Half the Sky Author Discusses His New Book

Nov 6, 2014

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof recently spoke on the topic of “New Aid in a New Age: Understanding International Development” at a sold out event sponsored by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Mr. Kristof was in town to discuss his new book, A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity which he co-authored with his […]

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Congratulations Malala!

Oct 10, 2014

We’re back with some great news! Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize!   At 17, the champion of education for girls worldwide is the youngest recipient in the award’s history. Even better, the award comes just in time for International Day of the Girl on October 11th. We’ve got a great way for […]

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