This Women’s History Month: Let’s Empower The Next Generation Of Feminists
Now more than ever, we need to empower the next generation of women as agents of change. That’s why we’re closing out Women’s History Month by celebrating the women, past and present, who’ve paved the way. From women in science to women in public office, we’re sharing their advice and drawing inspiration to work towards a more just and equitable society for all.
Join us and celebrate women’s voices and empowerment throughout the year with a donation to The Representation Project. You’ll help us continue to overcome society’s limiting stereotypes and create a more inclusive and expansive narrative for the next generation. Together, we can ensure that everyone, regardless of gender, race, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or circumstance can fulfill their human potential.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom & The Representation Project Team
Join Our Global Youth Advisory Council
Applications for the annual Global Youth Advisory Council are now open! This year, the Council will be made up of 20 amazing young people from the ages of 16 to 24, ready to share their knowledge, participate in monthly group check-ins, lead our annual Global Youth Leadership Summit, and organize “Youth Rep Chapters” at their schools. Applications are due April 1st!
Representation Around the Web
“Being a parent is a source of joy and challenge and meaning for many humans of all genders. But it’s not the most important job there is. It’s not even technically a job, insofar as it pays no money. It is more like a very demanding volunteer position that you can never, ever get out of. And, as rewarding as that position may be, producing a younger person is not necessarily the main contribution people make to the world. People can probably not tell you how many children Harriet Tubman or Marie Curie or Elizabeth Cady Stanton had, but they can, hopefully, tell you what they did…” – Harper’s Bazaar
- Adweek: This Funny Down Syndrome Ad Will Change the Way You Feel About “Special Needs”
- The Guardian: Trump Did to Merkel What Men Do to Women All the Time
- The Huffington Post: 52 Percent of Men Said They Don’t Benefit from Birth Control, Women Lost Their Chill
- Mic: Colin Kaepernick Trolls Donald Trump’s Budget by Donating to Meals on Wheels
- Teen Vogue: The Worst Mansplaining Stories from Twitter
- The Washington Post: White Man Traveled to New York to Kill Black Men and “Make a Statement,” Police Say
“The arts are fundamental to our common humanity…” – Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton via CNN’s “Rescue the Arts from the Budget Chopping Block”
Image via Miss Representation‘s Instagram