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Poverty and Economic Inequality & female empowerment

Below are the best resources we could find on Poverty and Economic Inequality and female empowerment.

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Moving from a You-or-Me to a You-and-Me Paradigm

A world that creates the radical, surprising revelation that there is enough for everyone everywhere to have a healthy and productive life, and living in that reality, in the sufficient resources on this planet for all of us to thrive, is a future I know we all want and is now within reach if we...

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Megan Rapinoe Calls Out Sports Illustrated During Speech

Megan Rapinoe calls out Sports Illustrated; Rick Strom breaks it down.

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‘We Have to Be Better’: Megan Rapinoe and the Year of Victory and Advocacy

With her play and her talk, did the soccer star inspire us to redefine the meaning of sports? She tried.

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A Conversation with Billie Jean King

Billie Jean King—longtime champion for social justice, former No.

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Life’s Work: An Interview with Megan Rapinoe

The bold and brash captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team cemented her place in sports history with an MVP performance in last year’s World Cup, including spot-on penalty kicks under pressure, even as President Donald Trump tweeted criticisms of her.

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Great Americans: Billie Jean King

On September 25, 2018, Billie Jean King was interviewed by David M. Rubenstein and awarded the National Museum of American History’s Great Americans medal.

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Life’s Work: An Interview with Billie Jean King

At age 11 King tried tennis for the first time and found her calling. She not only became the top female player in the world but also founded the Women’s Tennis Association and WTA Tour and pushed for gender pay equity and more diversity in the sport.

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It’s Up to Us: Investing in Local Solutions—Nia Evans, Jessica Norwood, Jenny Kassan

There will be no Prince on a white horse to save us. It is up to us to take agency and create local solutions that benefit our communities and ourselves.

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Billie Jean King: The First Female Athlete-Activist

Billie Jean King isn’t interested in being a legend—she’s interested in succession.

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Tennis Legend Billie Jean King Transformed the Game

A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009, Ms. King says she’s “still going full blast” to promote equality and inclusion in sports and beyond.

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