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Rio Day 2: Ibtihaj Muhammad, Fencing

Some of you may have already heard of Muhammad, and we’ll all be hearing a lot more about her soon. As the first US Olympian to wear a hijab, one of the oldest first-time Olympians on Team USA, and an African-American woman in a mostly-white sport, she was worked hard as an ambassador for her culture and her sport of fencing. 213 more words


Incredible Stories of Olympic Women in Rio: Day 1

The Olympics is one of our most complicated social ventures, but it’s undeniably the most important international stage for women’s athletics. And in honor of that, I’ve decided to highlight a different female athlete every day over the next two weeks. 210 more words


Kate Goes to Suzhou

This post begins a story of persistent will and horizons enlarged. It’s a personal story about my grandparents Mary Katharine “Kate” Smallwood and Billy Sylvester Guyton, who met as teenagers growing up in a small town and on a farm, respectively, in northeast Mississippi. 1,273 more words

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Women's Education and Learning

Female’s Education is extremely important in this globe. People are offering relevance for females’s education and learning nowadays. Many more steps should be required to boost education amongst females not only those who are in urban yet also in rural areas. 709 more words

Women's Education

Mount Holyoke ranks as one of the most diverse colleges in America

“Of the 10 most diverse liberal arts colleges on this list, five of them are all women’s colleges (Agnes Scott, Wellesley, Bryn Mawr, Smith, and Mount Holyoke). 97 more words

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Her's Day Thursday

Y’all know I’m all about empowering young women and girls to believe that they can be anything and do anything. I want to raise my daughter to shoot for the stars (same goes for her little brother) and to not let anyone say she (or he, in Indy’s case)  207 more words

Women's Education in Uganda, India and the United States

Here is the link to my Final Project presentation.

Click “Final Project” to be linked to the Prezi I created in order to compare and contrast the education of women in the United States, Uganda and India. 12 more words