September 20: Change the Channel of Influence!

By: Nikki W.

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September 19: Let companies know they’ve been Girl Caught

By: Nikki W.

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Prime Time Sexism

By: Nikki W. 

I am having a problem. My problem is not that television executives have time-warped back to an era when objectifying women openly was a-ok. Let’s face it, that reality still exists and it has nothing to do with “Mad Men.”

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September 18: Put yourself in good company.

By: Nikki W.

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September 17: Demand Equality.

By: Nikki W.

September 17 is Constitution Day. If there’s ever a day that needs girls’ voices, it’s this one.

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September 16: Fill your bucket with intention.

By: Nikki W.

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Howard County School Board Proclaims Day of the Girl

By: Nikki W.

Howard County, Maryland, public school system leads the pack in proclaiming a national Day of the Girl with a ceremony planned for September 22.

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An Open Letter to 112th Congress

The girls of the world need your support.

Girls face exceptional challenges every day. They deal with pressures and barriers that are unique to them, based solely on their gender and age. The Day of the Girl campaign has a singular mission: help girls join and lead the conversations and decision-making about their futures. We need your support so girls can achieve the equality they deserve.

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Origin of Day of the Girl

By: Nikki W.

On Twitter, @womensmediacntr and @jarrahpenguin ask, “What is the origin of Day of the Girl?” The answer is: girls themselves!*

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September 15: Go the extra mile.

By: Nikki W.

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