High school students in Southern California are answering the call to action and taking on the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Immigrants and refugees often do not have access to local news—and central Ohio teen Saideepika Rayala created a solution.
As an all-women and non-binary hackathon, Technica encourages females to combat the gender imbalance and imposter syndrome associated with STEM fields.
Tiara Darisaw knew something was wrong with the water in her Flint, Michigan home, when it tasted sweet. “Like big brown chocolate milk,” the 15-year old said.
Teen girls want to address sexual harassment where it begins: in middle and high school.
Noor Aldayeh had around 2,000 followers on Instagram when she first decided to share her story about struggling with bulimia. Today, she has over 40,000.
Each year, girl leaders from the U.S. attend the UN Commission on the Status of Women as delegates. This year, three young women at that convening offered Ms. a glimpse into their activism.
High school seniors share the process of hosting a successful feminism conference.
“It’s always difficult having your voice heard as a woman of color. Because of years of subconscious stereotyping, people don’t perceive South Asians as politically inclined. But this field affects me, and people like me, the most.”
In a noisy robotics workshop where girls in goggles belted Hamilton numbers and screwed metal pieces together with specialized tools, Langley Turcsanyi constructs a circuit board on the prototype for a robot that will be finished by her electrical crew for their next competition season this spring.