Category Archives: Girls

Discovering Adele in “Blue is The Warmest Color”

By Stephanie Foul Movies that give a blow to the face don’t come that often.   This film delivers punch, excitement, a visceral experience of the human condition and a story that reaches home during its entire running time. You might … Continue reading

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GBSS: Gender-Biased Sex Selection in India and China

By Megan Ekhaml Gender-Biased Sex Selection. In layman’s terms: aborting a child based on sex alone. GBSS is most commonly practiced in India and China, where males are more highly valued than females. In China, the one-child policy has an … Continue reading

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Malala#2030NOW

By Kristine Deveza One of the most impressive panelists at last week’s Social Good Summit was an unassuming teenage girl from Pakistan’s Swat Valley – Malala Yousafzai. The official website of The Social Good Summit billed the three day conference … Continue reading

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