Thanks to the ease of email, sitting down and hand-writing an actual letter has fallen out of style. But we have to admit there’s something truly powerful about putting pen to paper in an effort to change the world. Below you’ll find a list of some of our favorite correspondences and open letters… and one we hope you’ll add your name to, too! 1. Nellie Bly Photo credit: Public domain/Wikimedia Commons “Nellie Bly” was a pioneer of investigative journalism who would go...
Girls and Women
For girls and women, the opportunity to access any information anytime and anywhere is critical to expanding career opportunities.
Around the world girls like Eva make an impossible choice every day: risk their personal safety to get water, or go without.
Ending violence against women and girls is a critical step to extending human rights around the world.
Meet Monica—she's part of TakePart's 16 in ‘16, a video project that profiles 16 teens who will turn 16 in 2016.
Artists from around the globe are telling world leaders what girls and women REALLY want in order to achieve the Global Goals!
In February, Eva, a 16-year-old girl from a rural village in Tanzania, asked her government a simple but powerful question: Will you listen to me? Today, she got her answer!
This guest post is by Glennon Doyle Melton, author and member of The Compassion Collective: "Today, in the spirit of Julia Howe and every other revolutionary for love, let us take back Mother's Day by mothering the motherless. Let us become the leaders we were waiting for."
Jamila started M-Farm, a female-led company that connects farmers to markets and each other, giving them price information over their mobile phones and the ability to organize—that way, they can move from subsistence agriculture to commercial farming!
International Women's Day may have come and gone, but we celebrate women on a global scale every day here at ONE!