3 results for tag: Girls for Gender Equity

Girls for Gender Equity’s Impact On Young Women: Emily Carpenter Speaks on Melissa Harris-Perry’s MSNBC Show

On November 24, 2012 GGE Youth Organizer Emily Carpenter was featured on the Melissa Harris Perry Show with Rochelle Ballantyne, soon to be the worlds first black, female chess master, to share her view on opportunities through after-school programs and how being involved in GGE has shaped who she is today as well as her aspirations for the future.

Jezebel: How to Be a Good Guy on the Sidewalk

A new Jezebel article on street harassment features Hey, Shorty! co-author Joanne Smith breaking down ways men can interact with women on the street without being a threat. Read Anna North's full article on how to be nonthreatening while walking on the street near women here.  

Thank You For Supporting Girls for Gender Equity

Anita Hill telling her own story, on her terms, is how it should be. So many times our story as girls and women of color are appropriated, interpreted, bedazzled and redefined by others to fit neatly into this capitalistic, patriarchal and poli-tricks driven nation. Even within this nonprofit industrial complex, the deep roots of sexism, racism and classism are always at play. We worked so hard to promote this film because it tells young people and survivors that their experiences and voices matter. That this woman of color who looks like them matters and even 22 years later she will continue speaking and living truth to power - even though it's ...