Red Dress Exhibit in Washington, DC Calls Attention to Abused, Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

By Theresa Vargas  – March 16, 2019 One resembles a prom dress, embellished with lace and flowers. Another has a collar and A-line flow that makes it perfect for brunch or a casual business meeting. Another features an open back and looks as if it could have been hung up after a date. It’s easy […]

3 Girls Taking the Lead on Education, Gun Violence & Climate Change

“The Most Famous Teenager in the World”: Malala Yousafzai First, there was Malala Yousafzai, the children’s education activist from Pakistan. At age 16, , she was horribly injured in an assassination attempt by the Taliban who sought to silence her voice that proclaimed every GIRL should be educated.  Her long recovery was exceeded only by […]