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04/26/2017 at 19:24. Facebook
"It is one of those rides that you hope never ends!" - Peggy Whitson, 56, just broke the NASA record for most time spent in space.This record was previously held by a male astronaught.
It is one of those rides that you hope never ends Peggy

Female Astronaut Peggy Whitson Just Shattered a Record Held by Men

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04/25/2017 at 16:32. Facebook
“Conflict can take away your friends, your family, your livelihood, your home. It can try to strip you of your dignity, identity, pride, and hope. But it can never take away your knowledge... education gave me the strength to carry on. I wouldn’t be here without it.” - Muzoon, 18. Watch and share this video from Global Citizen because #EducationCannotWait.
Conflict can take away your friends your family your livelihood your home

Muzoon Almellehan, Syrian Refugee on Why Education Cannot Wait

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04/24/2017 at 17:04. Facebook
Beneath the blue skies on Beirut’s beach front, Lebanese activists hung wedding dresses from nooses strung between palm trees. The haunting scene was designed to protest a Lebanese law dating from the 1940s, that still allows rapists to escape punishment for their crime by marrying the victim. Learn more with Global Citizen. #LeveltheLaw
Beneath the blue skies on Beiruts beach front Lebanese activists hung wedding

Lebanese Women Hang Wedding Dresses from Nooses to Protest Cruel Rape Law

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04/23/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
“We’re starting a chain reaction... Hopefully, in the next couple years, there will be more Girl Scout troops in shelters.” - Hailey Burgess, a proud Troop 6000 member.
Were starting a chain reaction Hopefully in the next couple years there

There’s a New Girl Scout Troop Just For Homeless Girls in NYC

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04/22/2017 at 17:57. Facebook
Girls and women are some of the most vulnerable people in the world even before disaster strikes. This #EarthDay learn how climate change is a gender issue from the the Girl Effect.
Girls and women are some of the most vulnerable people in the

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Climate Change and Girls

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04/21/2017 at 15:43. Facebook
"The primary idea of this is that women need women, especially women of color... If we don't support one another, we have failed.” - Rabi'a Keeble started her own mosque in Berkeley, California to encourage gender equality.
The primary idea of this is that women need women especially women

This Women-Led Mosque Wants to End Gender Discrimination in Islam

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Suhailla Sullaiman
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Since the 2014 attempted genocide of the Yezidi population by ISIS terrorists, a startling number of Yezidi children have suffered the loss of their parents and endured pain and trauma at too early of an age. Help the Free Yezidi Foundation (FYF) to protect and nurture these children by supporting FYF’s Children’s Center, a safe place where children can play, learn and grow into the Yezidi...
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Since the 2014 attempted genocide of the Yezidi population by ISIS terrorists

Free Yezidi Foundation Children’s Center

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"These are real people and there is a real human cost." Learn more with Global Citizen. #SheDecides
These are real people and there is a real human cost Learn

How Trump's Global Gag Rule Is Hurting African Women the Most

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In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to complete the Boston Marathon, despite being assaulted by a man only a mile into the race. The man, a race official, attempted to pull off her identification bib because he, among many men at the time, believed women were “too fragile” to run the 26-mile race. Yesterday, 50 years later, and now 70 years old, Kathrine Switzer finished the...
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In 1967 Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to complete the Boston

Kathrine Switzer, First Woman to Complete Boston Marathon, Finishes Race Again, 50 Years Later

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Three years ago, the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls by the jihadist group Boko Haram in Chibok in northeastern Nigeria sparked global outrage and a celebrity-backed campaign #bringbackourgirls. Now Nigeria is facing mounting pressure to find the estimated 195 girls still held captive by the jihadist group.
Three years ago the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls by the

Ten facts about Boko Haram and Nigeria's missing Chibok girls

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"I hope our successes will encourage many girls and young women to aspire to work in vital sectors like science, health, engineering and technology".
I hope our successes will encourage many girls and young women to

Celebrated African women hope to inspire girls to narrow gender gap

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"Girls' education is the silver bullet to ending global poverty." - Global Citizen. Watch and share.
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“Our world has many problems, but we don’t need to look far for a solution. She is in a refugee camp in Kenya, she is in Somalia, she is every one of the girls out of school today. We know what to do.” - Malala.
Our world has many problems but we dont need to look far

'Fearless' Malala Is Now an Honorary Canadian Citizen

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Attention #Coders! #CHIMEHACK4 is back! Join
#CHIMEFORCHANGE + Global Citizen with Gucci and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers at Facebook HQ June 10-11. Learn more and register for the #hackathon!
Attention Coders CHIMEHACK4 is back Join

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“They say: Girls aren’t good at computers. You say: Yeah, apart from the fact that the first ever computer programmer, Ada Lovelace, was a woman. #Awkward” writes Laura Bates in Girl Up, a survival guide for young women and a tribute to their strength and resiliency. Learn about what drove Laura to change the conversation about young women.
They say Girls arent good at computers You say Yeah apart from

The Magnitute of Everyday Sexism

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Sophie Bates
As women around the world continue to fight for equal representation in government, Kenya just took a major step forward as a global leader. Learn more with Global Citizen.
As women around the world continue to fight for equal representation in

Kenya's High Court: One Third of Lawmakers Must Be Women — or Else

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Speaking at Tina Brown’s Women in the World Summit in New York on Friday, Raha Moharrak told the story of how she found her drive to defy her patriarchal culture, excel in one of the hardest physical challenges on earth, and the pave the way for other women to participate in sports, too.
Speaking at Tina Browns Women in the World Summit in New York

Only Saudi Woman to Climb Everest Urges Country to Let Women Play Sports

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“It is abnormal to run a global NGO and run for office at 19. But we elect people who are abnormal," - Nadya Okamoto told Global Citizen.
It is abnormal to run a global NGO and run for office

This Unstoppable Teen is Running For City Council

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The Government of Afghanistan estimates that 73% of Afghan teachers, the majority of whom work in girls’ schools, desperately lack the minimum required teaching qualification, leading to increased dropout rates and academic underperformance. Help The Womanity Foundation train 250 teachers to provide better education and opportunities to more than 36,000 school children with #CHIMEFORCHANGE.
The Government of Afghanistan estimates that 73 of Afghan teachers the majority

250 Teachers for Afghanistan’s Girls

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