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Raising Revolutionary Women
National Geographic. “We had the honor of spending some time with Maya Nussbaum, founder and executive director of Girls Write Now, which mentors and empowers young women by matching girls with professional women writers, inspiring life-long relationships and tearing down stereotypes.” Read more
Let Girls Write
Chime for Change. “January is National Mentoring Month in the United States. And the New York based NGO Girls Write Now is purposely celebrating its 20th anniversary. This week we will publish a series on mental health written by both mentors and mentees.” Read more
3 Teen Girls Paint Their Vision For A Truly Equal World
Girlboss. “To celebrate International Day of the Girl, we asked three teen girls to paint their picture of a perfect, equal future. It’s a sobering look at how far we still have to go—and an inspiring view of the young women who will lead us there…” Read more
Zadie Smith, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, and Melissa Harris-Perry on Their Writing Secrets
Elle. “We lie a little about the power of storytelling,” said Melissa Harris-Perry at Tuesday’s fifth annual Girls Write Now Awards, an event that honors trailblazing women who are changing the world with their words. “We lie about the notion that storytelling is always empowering.” No, she corrected: Storytelling is hard…” Read more