Womenâ€™s Equality Day, celebrated on August 26, commemorates the 1920 adoption of the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. On this dayâ€”and every dayâ€”we should remember the women who fought for the right to vote and those who are still fighting for equality today. Listen to one of these powerful audiobooks (including one for young girls), and be inspired. READ MORE
“I wrote a book called Girling Up, which is a map of the process of becoming a young woman from being a girl, and the book literally covers everything from puberty to how we grow, how our brains work, how and why we socialize, how we cope with hard things in life and how we matter in the world.”
Learn more about Girling Up.
“This essay is actually a talk that I gave at a TED conference. I had been asked to speak and I wasn’t sure I had anything worthwhile to talk about it. And then I remembered the one thing I feel very strongly about is feminism.”
Learn more about We Should All Be Feminists.