The Magnolia Mother’s Trust provides needed monthly funds to Black mothers in Mississippi. The folks behind it want this local action to inspire a global – or at least national – shift.
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Danna Harman didn’t have any tools or resources, but she knew she had to do something to help the Afghan girls who reached out to her.
Marwa Dashty’s father, a well-known journalist, was killed after the Taliban took over. Now, the 20-year-old wants to continue his legacy by becoming a journalist herself.
After Shakiba Teimori showed her long, flowing hair on television, it was as if she were exiled. And then she fled for real.
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Fereshteh Forough opened Afghanistan’s first coding school for girls and women – but the Taliban’s ban on education prevents students from learning in-person.