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Posts tagged with “Day of the Girl”

Have you ever been called bossy? How did it make you feel? Is it a negative thing or no big deal?

March11

Prior to showing the video below, I asked my single-gender, female seventh grade students to respond to the questions posted. After hearing their comments, I showed the clip below, assessed how it may have changed their perceptions, and elaborated a bit more about the person behind the campaign, Sheryl Sandberg. Is this a conversation that […]

Promoting the Rights of Girls to Live, to Learn, to Lead

October9

On this date, one year ago, Malala Yousafzai a young Pakistani schoolgirl was shot in the head by the Taliban. Surviving the would be fatal shot was in itself miraculous. However, what has transpired since then is just as spectacular. Malala has helped galvanize the world in support of the rights of girls around the […]

Seventh Day of Action as the “Day of the Girl Summit 2013” Approaches

October7

As the second annual “Day of the Girl” summit approaches, girls around the world are being asked to participate in the 11 days of action starting on October 1 and culminating on October 11. Today’s initiative asks you to complete the statement: “Because I am a girl…” Take a moment to reflect and then complete […]

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