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Emily Calandrelli
Emily Calandrelli Shows Off Coolest Aspects Of Space In New FOX Show
We are excited to launch our Everyday Sheheroes series with the amazing Emily Calendrelli. In our interview with us she talks about her career, her interest in math as a girl, how the “imposter syndrome” is her biggest obstacle, and

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Rebecca Hains on Ditching Photoshop in the Name of Healthy Girls
By Rebecca Hains; cross-posted with permission Yesterday, I spoke with CBC Radio about the Brave Girls Alliance’s #TruthInAds campaign, explaining why we’re asking advertisers to stop deceptively Photoshopping people’s bodies. The body alterations that are now routine in ads are

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Women’s Equality Day and Me
Today is Women’s Equality Day!  Established August 26, 1971 by Rep. Bella Abzug, Women’s Equality Day was a way to commemorate the passage of the 19th amendment, the Woman Suffrage Movement Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women full voting rights in 1920.

The ground-breaking chef, Julia Child, on set.
Julia Child and the Joy of Imperfection
By Pia Guerrero, Executive Director Today would have been Julia Child’s 102nd birthday and here at SheHero’s we’re celebrating. Child was the first woman inducted into the Culinary Institute of America’s Hall of Fame—and, for the record, my grandmother’s cousin.

Back-to-school
5 Tips for Navigating Back to School
For most parents your school aged children have either just returned to school or will be soon. And with the new school year brings a whole new batch of challenges in the mission to raise strong healthy, happy SheHeroes and

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SheHeroes empowers 8 to 14-year-old girls of all backgrounds to dream big, explore their interests and passionately pursue careers in any field regardless of gender. Through our online content and streaming video profiles, girls picture their own potential by engaging with the influential stories of exceptional women role models who have overcome obstacles and achieved career success. Like Sally Ride, we believe: “If you can’t see it, you can’t be it!”

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ICYMI: Last week in 1992, SheHero Dr. Mae Jemison became 1st African American woman..

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Check out this eel who is particularly friendly to a diver who happens to be a woman.

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Let’s keep the hundreds of Nigerian school girls alive by not forgetting about them.

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