Dame Stephanie Shirley was so sick of being patronized that she decided to start her own software business — then a laughable idea for a woman. But when her child was diagnosed with autism, it drove her toward a new life's mission. Shirley gives her Brief...
This poet wants brown girls to know they're worthy of being the hero and the author
For girls who didn't grow up seeing themselves as the main characters of books, award-winning poet Elizabeth Acevedo wants them to know that their stories are just as important as any other. Acevedo shares her Brief but Spectacular take on seeing you.
After performing with a world-renowned orchestra, Stanford Thompson returned to Philadelphia to start Play on, Philly!, a free, afterschool music program for young children in under-resourced neighborhoods that helps them go back into the classroom and be...
In the years after Rwanda's genocide, how did women come to make up a large portion of the nation's parliament? Author and activist Swanee Hunt says their women's movement that grew out of necessity. Hunt, a former ambassador and founding director of the...