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Emily will join 4 other National scholars at our 2017 NYC Luncheon on March 7.

Girls Inc. helped Emily build self-confidence and confidently pursue her academics, school and community activities. Emily’s experience with loss and financial hardship didn’t stop her from building the knowledge and skills to empower herself and her family. She even helped her mom start a business!...
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02/25/2017 at 19:18. Facebook
Human rights are women's rights.
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02/24/2017 at 17:54. Facebook
Meet Diamond, a Girls Inc. National Scholar who will be speaking at our 2017 NYC Luncheon on March 7.

At Girls Inc., Diamond discovered how to advocate for herself and issues she cares most about, including infant mortality and girls and women’s rights. Growing up, Diamond experienced significant hardship in her family, but despite everything she is positive, upbeat, and...
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02/23/2017 at 19:47. Facebook
We cannot wait to celebrate the Honorable Hillary Clinton at our 2017 New York Luncheon on March 7. She is a lifelong advocate for women and girls and our 2017 Champion for Girls.
Girls Inc.
02/23/2017 at 15:47. Facebook
Thanks to a partnership with the Google Made With Code initiative, local Girls Inc.’s across the country have hosted Made with Code parties to introduce thousands of girls to coding. To celebrate #NationalEngineersWeek check out the initiative and try a little coding yourself!

Made with Code | Google
Girls Inc.
02/22/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
"though their ventures still aren't being funded as robustly as those of their white male counterparts, black women entrepreneurs are responsible for adding thousands of jobs to the economy."

From Beyonce to Janice Bryant Howroyd, 14 black women who changed business and finance
Girls Inc.
02/21/2017 at 18:12. Facebook
Meet Ana who will speak at our 2017 New York Luncheon on March 7! At Girls Inc., Ana developed the confidence to advocate for herself and others, taking part in a Tobacco Prevention Program where she presented the bill to the Carpinteria City Council and convinced a majority to support it. Despite her own insecurities and self doubt, at Girls Inc., Ana was able to overcome and discover her...
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"It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences." - #AudreLorde #BHM
We're kicking off #NationalEngineersWeek! Did you know engineers can have careers in space, app design, robotics, or even cosmetics? Encourage girls to get curious!
It's time to stand up for Title IX! Call Secretary Betsy DeVos​ today & tell her it's essential to protect Title IX: #DearBetsy

Stand Up for Title IX
We <3 you all. Happy Valentine's Day!
In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, we are highlighting courageous women who stand up for what they believe and show girls what it means to be strong, smart, and bold.

Today we recognize Laverne Cox, actress, advocate, and artist.
Our 2017 New York Luncheon promises to be an incredible event. Learn more about our honorees and our 2017 Champion for Girls Hillary Clinton:
Our National headquarters is snowed in! Anyone else celebrating a snow day?
Have we all recovered from the Superbowl?

We're still enjoying this ad from Audi highlighting the gender pay gap and defining a girl's self-worth.

Audi Super Bowl ad asks what we should tell our daughters about self-worth. Here's a start.
"I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept." - Angela Davis #BHM
We will present The Honorable Hillary Clinton with our 2017 Girls Inc. Champion for Girls Award at our annual New York Luncheon on March 7.

Secretary Clinton has dedicated her life to the empowerment of girls and women and we are thrilled to have her join us and our amazing honorees.
We are thrilled that our Girls Inc. Canada local organizations will be partnering with Maybelline New York!