Posted in Topic: Women

Meet SheHero Mo Isom

Today I did something I rarely get the chance to do, I watched the Ellen show. I do love Ellen, but it’s on at awful time of day for me so I almost never get the chance. Today, I turned

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The Hunger Games and Genderless Storytelling

I know, I know. I’m a little late to the Hunger Games party. It was only a few short weeks ago that I stumbled upon the first book in the series by Suzanne Collins and picked it up to read

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Mashing Up Read Across America Day & Women’s History Month

Today the wonderful world of books is being celebrated at schools and in homes all across the country in honor of Read Across America day, which of course coincides with the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The man who’s responsible for

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You Can’t Be What You Can’t See

“You can’t be what you can’t see.” – Marie Wilson The need for more positive role models for young girls is not exactly news to us here at SheHeroes. In fact, you could say that need is the biggest part

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Inspiring Whenever and Wherever We Can

Of the different things I do at my kid’s school throughout the year my favorite is by far volunteering in the library twice a week. Once with each of my children’s classes. One weekly visit with my son’s third grade

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SheHeroes at Sea

A really interesting story went viral today. We of course couldn’t help but spread the story ourselves by posting it on Facebook. It was the story of Jeanne Baret, a pioneering botanist, and the first woman to circle the globe.

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New Year’s Resolutions That Inspire

With the holidays behind us we now turn our attention to the New Year and of course ways we can make changes for the better for our kids, ourselves, our home, our community and the world in the coming year.

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SheHeroes in the Garden: Katie’s Krops

We LOVE showing off SheHeroes who are making the world a better place and 9 year old Katie is a perfect example of just that kind of SheHero! According to Katie’s website her project “Katie’s Krops” began when she was

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Sheheroes in the South Pole

One of the fun parts of celebrating Christmas and Santa today is by following Santa’s trip around the world on Christmas Eve via Norad (you can check it out on Facebook, Twitter or via the website). But I recently discovered

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She Can Do Anything

Last week on Facebook you may have seen the fabulous story we posted about the 17-year-old SheHero, Angela Zhang, who created a Nanoparticle that kills cancer. That’s right, kills cancer. Zhang’s project “Design of Image-guided, Photo-thermal Controlled Drug Releasing Multifunctional

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In this weeks #Xploration Outer Space check out Emily Calandrelli & Astronaut Cady Coleman, and MIT researchers!

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“Why Do Women Read More Novels Than Men?” by Warren Adler, author of “The War of the Roses,” brought to us by Jeffrey Brasher. This article talks..

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“One of the most radical things you can do is to actually believe women when they talk about their experiences.” ~ Brave SheHero Anita Sarkeesian..

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Enthusing and Developing Latinas’ Interest for #STEM Careers!

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