Category Archive: Cause

Twelve is Too Young for a Bridal Shower

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Saturday, October 11 was the United Nations International Girl Child Day. The International Girl Child Day was established on December 19, 2011, and on its second year of observance, this day will be celebrating… Continue reading

Malala Yousafzai Is The Youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner Ever Empowering Women With Education

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Her story of survival after a brutal attack has inspired millions around the world. As did her plea for peace and educational opportunities for girls. For those reasons, and many others, Pakistani teen… Continue reading

Sarah Silverman: Society Owes Working Women Nearly $30 Trillion

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Sarah Silverman is the latest celebrity voicing her outrage for the gender wage gap spanning across America. However, in true Sarah fashion, she manages to make the topic hilarious, inappropriate, and very drastic.

Math Made Me a Feminist

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77 cents to a dollar. That is exactly why I am not afraid to use the “F Word” that so many of us fear. I am a feminist because I do not believe… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: This One’s For The Girls

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1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. And besides an excuse to don 50 shades of pink for 31 days, Breast Cancer Awareness month (October) is a… Continue reading

Shoshanna From Girls On Gender In Business: “It’s Incredibly Important For Women To Support Women”

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Since its premiere in 2012, Girls has consistently showcased all of the cringe-worthy, shitty and hilariously real moments in the lives of four twenty-something girls. As the seasons wore on, your love for… Continue reading

#WhyIStayed Sparks Women to Speak Out About Domestic Violence

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With all of the recent media coverage of Ray Rice assaulting his girlfriend and now wife, Janay Palmer, social media sites have exploded about domestic violence and why women don’t just leave relationships.… Continue reading

Obtaining your World Peace: A lesson from Gracie Lou Freebush and Simon Sinek

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Sorry to Miss Congeniality Gracie Lou Freebush, but ‘World Peace’ may be a bit far off these days. However, she’s got a passion for a cause (whether that’s living in harmony or strengthening the… Continue reading

Women’s iLab Is Honored To Be A Onein3Impact Finalist!

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It comes with no surprise that Women’s iLab’s is highly involved with and passionate about the Boston community. With co-founders, Katrina and Tara, both being graduates on Boston’s outstanding colleges and having ground their roots in… Continue reading

The Metropolitans Are Bringing Back Social Clubs With Style & Class

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It was the late 1980’s. Boston’s historic Wang Center for the Performing Arts was preparing for a massive renovation to preserve the theatre. A group of young Bostonians wanted to be involved in… Continue reading