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One Woman’s Short Life Leaves A Lasting Impact Of Love & Literacy In Her Community

By Adi Weinberg During her short lifetime, Dr. Hindi Krinsky managed to touch the lives and hearts of hundreds within the Long Island and Brooklyn communities. By dedicating herself entirely […]

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Why White Kids Should Read Books About Non-White Protagonists

Why White Kids Should Read Books About Non-White Protagonists

By Payal Doshi Often a ‘well-intentioned’ person has said that my novel about a girl from India who embarks on a magical quest to find her brother would be perfect […]

Feminism

Not Good Enough – Gender Breakdown Of The 100 Most Popular Books In American Colleges

Not Good Enough – Gender Breakdown Of The 100 Most Popular Books In American Colleges

The books students read in college shape the leaders of tomorrow, and with inclusivity and representation being so central to today’s society, you’d think that there would be an equal […]

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5 Women Share The Self-Help Books That Actually Changed Their Lives

5 Women Share The Self-Help Books That Actually Changed Their Lives

By Deborah Sweeney for Fairygodboss What comes to mind when you think of a self-help book? Do you think of “Chicken Soup For The Soul,” the kind of book that […]

Creativity

Seven Modern Books Featuring Strong Female Characters To Add To Your Reading List

Seven Modern Books Featuring Strong Female Characters To Add To Your Reading List

By Leona Henryson In a lot of popular literature, male characters are stereotypically written as the hero, the ones who take up the most space throughout the story, and are […]

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Indian Feminist Authors Create Children’s Book Series To Challenge Harmful Gender Norms

Indian Feminist Authors Create Children’s Book Series To Challenge Harmful Gender Norms

A group of feminists in India are working to chip away at harmful cultural gender norms that do not have a place in the world in 2018. Collectively they are […]

Interviews

Chicago Mom Launches ‘Go Go Sports Girls’ Series To Battle Stereotypes In Toys

Chicago Mom Launches ‘Go Go Sports Girls’ Series To Battle Stereotypes In Toys

If you are a parent of young children, you are well acquainted with the toy aisle at your favorite shopping mall. If you are the parent of a young girl, […]

Working Women

Being Your Own Boss vs Being The Best Employee. Which One’s For You?

Being Your Own Boss vs Being The Best Employee. Which One’s For You?

As millennials, we are faced with a lot of options. A hell of a lot more than our parents (the baby boomers) and our grandparents. The world has opened up […]