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A Male Degree

I feel very lucky to have grown up the way I did.

I grew up in a country where women are allowed traditionally male jobs, under a father that encouraged me to be as high achieving and well educated as possible, in an era wherein progress in women’s rights is being and has been made. 154 more words

My Personal Life

Circle of Sisterhood founder tells of the worldwide struggle for women's education

By Nicole Weinstein

The founder of Circle of Sisterhood, a foundation that advocates for girls’ education, spoke about the importance of educating women around the world at the Stamp Student Union on Sept. 330 more words

UMD

yes, I am a feminist...

…for women who are not able to contribute to their society, for women for are held against their will, for women who are undervalued and underestimated, and for women who aren’t allowed to get an education. 444 more words

Technical Skills Training for Low Income Girls in Sri Lanka

By Patricia Brick

Young women in Sri Lanka face rates of unemployment nearly twice that of their male counterparts, with unemployment levels highest among women with secondary school diplomas. 582 more words

Engaged Buddhism

Domestic Violence: A Social Evil

INTRODUCTION

Domestic violence is the act of controlling, attempt to control, dominating or attempting to dominate another person by means of force, threat, implanting fear etc. 712 more words

NGO

Thoughts - The Miracle Worker

Recently I watched The Miracle Worker movie, which is based on the story of Helen Keller. While I knew the story of Helen Keller since childhood, since there was a chapter about her in one of my subject books, watching the movie had a deeper impact. 845 more words

Being A Mother

Women in History: Deborah Fisher Wharton

A couple years ago, my sister-in-law shared with me an awesome discovery about my great-great-great grandmother, who I had never been told about before–Deborah Fisher Wharton. 153 more words

Women's Rights