Below are the best resources we could find on Access to Education and female empowerment.
Journey interview with Rosie Molinary, Chair of Circle de Luz. Rosie’s own experiences growing up caused her to write a book and look into what it’s like today for Latina girls. What she found was, among other things, a 41% drop out rate from high school.
Margarita Lopez, 58, is one of the oldest students at University of Southern California.
It’s odd to think that, in our progressive society, black girls are still seen as needing less support and protection than their white female counterparts in today’s world.
Try these tips to help her overcome the typical barriers girls face.
A better, more just and compassionate world is in sight. As long as we’re in this together.
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