“There’s a Glitch in our Online Communities” #TWT

In 2017, a brilliant organization named Glitch was created. Seyi Akiwowo, who is 28 years old, is the one behind the organization and designed it to end online abuse. Did you know that women are 27 times more likely to be harassed online than men, and if you’re a women of color it is a…Read more “There’s a Glitch in our Online Communities” #TWT

The ‘We Call B.S.,’Game-Changing Teenager #TWF

This beauty is a teen activist and advocate for gun control. She is a survivor of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida that happened earlier this year. Our terrific woman this Friday is Emma González. After the shooting that happened at Emma's school, she realized that it was important to take action so that nothing…Read more The ‘We Call B.S.,’Game-Changing Teenager #TWF

U.S. State Legislature’s first openly transgender woman #TWT

This beauty is the first openly transgender person to be seated in a U.S. state legislature. Our terrific woman this Tuesday is Danica Roem! She first started as a journalist for the Gainesville Times, writing on stories about Virginia’s Prince William County. Now she is serving her community in another way, as a lawmaker in…Read more U.S. State Legislature’s first openly transgender woman #TWT

This Social Activist Saved Many Orphans’ Lives #TWT

Have you ever sacrificed your wants to help someone with their needs? Well, this beauty helped others no matter what her circumstances were. Our terrific woman this Tuesday is Sindhutai Sapkal. She is known as the “mother of orphans” and is an Indian social worker and social activist. Sapkal was born on November 14th, 1948. She always had the…Read more This Social Activist Saved Many Orphans’ Lives #TWT

The First African American Woman to Win a Pulitzer Prize! #TWT

Poetry is a beautiful thing. Images, figurative language, and rhythm are just some of the rhetorical devices used in poetry. Poetry is usually structured and allows you to wonder, question, and imagine what the meaning of the texts is. Our terrific woman this Tuesday is Gwendolyn Brooks. She was a postwar poet, and is the…Read more The First African American Woman to Win a Pulitzer Prize! #TWT

Terrific Woman Tuesday: Rosalind Franklin

Do you remember learning about DNA in your science class? Your teacher might’ve explained that James Watson and Francis Crick had uncovered the double helix structure of DNA. But did your teacher tell you that a woman helped them uncover that? Our terrific woman terrific woman this Tuesday is Rosalind Franklin! Rosalind is the woman…Read more Terrific Woman Tuesday: Rosalind Franklin