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A Call to Action Book Review
A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power by Jimmy Carter is a non-fiction book that analyzes the mistreatment of girls and women all around the world, and calls upon us to stop these abusive behaviors.
Ableism is discrimination against disabled people; ableist language is language that targets disabled people, either on purpose or inadvertently. We would be better off not using ableist words.
Aung San Suu Kyi
Human rights activist Aung San Suu Kyi spent the better part of two decades under house arrest for defending human rights. Her passion for human rights sets an inspiring example for human rights activists everywhere.
Benefits of Educating Women
Education is a human right, and it can change someone’s life in so many ways. For women and girls, an education is especially empowering.
Children of the Syrian War
The war in Syria has changed life for everyone in the country - especially the children. Read on to find out how they have been affected by the conflict and what is being done to help them.
Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It is a holiday that recognizes and raises awareness of the various forms of violence used against women all around the world.
Drawbacks and Alternatives to Voluntourism
What is “voluntourism”? Though it may have drawbacks, some good may come from it, and, better yet, there may be some good alternatives to it.
Emma Watson Defends Feminism
In Emma Watson's powerful speech at the UN headquarters, she spoke about gender equality and concisely explained and defended feminism.
Fair Trade Gift Giving
Gift-giving can be a challenge when trying to follow fair trade standards. Consider these ideas in order to support socially-conscious gift giving.
Fair Trade Shopping
Would you buy a product if you knew it had been produced by a slave or a person working under poor conditions? Probably not. Buying fair trade is a way to support the ethical treatment of laborers in developing nations, and it sends a message that we will not tolerate exploitation of any kind.
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