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Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating love. And what better love to honour than the fierce bonds of friendship between women. Read on to enjoy some of themost iconic female friendships in history.
Celebrate women in Black History Month with these easy ways to engage and learn more about the women who have guided, inspired and continue to shape American history.
Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about why women’s history matters. Why telling the whole story is not just about reconstructing a more accurate past, but about creating new narratives for the future. Want to know how to do it? Keep reading!
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Marilyn Monroe is one of the most recognizable figures of 20th-century pop culture. And though it's rarely noted, she was often brave at a time when women's boldness was not applauded. Here are five ways Marilyn Monroe proved she was a power to be reckoned with and, by example, can teach us how to be bold.
Over the last few years women have stepped up, spoken out and stood their ground. But how to keep the momentum going? One simple way for all of us is by committing small and sheroic acts of revolution that help us to align with and support women all over the world. Wondering how? Take a look.
Queen Hatshepsut, Hildegard of Bingen, and Mary Anning are just some of the remarkable women in history who brought our world to us. Let's remember their contribution on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
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