By The Open Center
Women’s History is human history. Here are some resources to stay informed and active beyond the month of March and all year long.
The Female Founder Collective: Founded by Rebecca Minkoff, The Female Founder Collective is a network of businesses led by women, supporting women with a mission to enable and empower female owned and led businesses to positively impact our communities, both socially and economically. You can apply to be a member of the Female Founder Collective here or check out their website for an ever expanding directory of women owned businesses and a list of resources to help female business owners.
A Mighty Girl: The world’s largest collection of books, toys and movies for parents, teachers and all who are dedicated to raising smart, confident and courageous girls. Their free weekly newsletter showcases trailblazing girls and women from around the world and provides helpful resources for raising Mighty Girls. Sign up here.
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Established by UN Global Compact and UN Women, Empower Women is the leading global movement driving change for women’s economic empowerment by helping women and girls from over 190 countries achieve their full economic potential. Be sure to check out iLearn, their global learning platform that provides women entrepreneurs with resources and opportunities that facilitate learning, networking and sharing of experiences.
On Being is an almost two-decade old podcast started by Krista Tippett that asks the great questions of meaning in the 21st-century: What does it mean to be human, how do we want to live, and who will we be to each other? In 2014, President Obama awarded Krista the National Humanities Medal for “thoughtfully delving into the mysteries of human existence. On the air and in print, Ms. Tippett invites people of every background to join her conversations about faith, ethics, and moral wisdom.” Tune in here.
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