The Dove

By: Ava (7th Grade)

The dove with a broken wing represents that girls and boys around the world aren’t equal. A dove can’t fly with a broken wing. We are hoping that the dove’s wing is fixed so that the dove can soar.

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September 5: Start a Facebook revolution

By: Nikki W.

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September 4: Be a change agent.

By: Nikki W.

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September 3: Thank her for being a friend.

By: Nikki W.

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Title IX: Sports Equity & Education Guaranteed

By: Torie A. and Julia V.

Title IX has made known the inequality among men and women, girls and boys but the reality is that the steps to implement Title IX haven’t been taken or at least haven’t had the full effect they were created to have. Though girls have proved time and time again that they deserve the same respect as boys, it is still obvious through experience that they are viewed with lesser value.

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September 2: Enlist allies to support Day of the Girl!

By: Nikki W.

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FGM: Human Rights Horror

By: Elena F.

We all deserve equal human rights. However many girls around the world are not able to exercise those rights. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a devastating violation of human rights, and we need to stand beside these girls who suffer from its consequences and join the growing international movement demanding that it be stopped.

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September 1: Support Day of the Girl everywhere!

By: Nikki W.

Want to know what you can do to help create the national Day of the Girl? A lot! Look for a new to-do every day until September 22, when we’ll celebrate the kick-off to the Day of the Girl campaign! You can download and print our calendar bookmark here.

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Cupcakes Are for Sharing!

By: Nikki W.

My favorite call-to-action this week: “Let’s show the world what a cupcake is really made of.”

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Global Gender-Based Violence

By: Shannon S. 

More than half the world is made up of girls and women, yet they are still treated as second class citizens.

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