Nwaezuoke Chisom Anastasia
“I hope every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities” - Kamala Harris On the 7th of November 2020, history was made when Kamala Devi Harris became the first...
Beyoncé is the queen of deliberate silence and it has never not worked in her favor. Of course, we understand how important it is to not always respond to rumors or gossip headlines but how do we explain not talking about your own work?
According to the good guy, he is different, and should be appreciated for not being a bigot. He believes in gender equality even though his contribution to the fight for equality begins with “we need to protect our women" and ends with “we need to do better". However, like most men, the good guy is still misogynistic and just as harmful.
Women are usually held up to a higher standard when they hold leadership positions. Their actions could make or break the entry of other women into that same position and that, in itself, is inequality. - Olanrewaju Ajeigbe
Lucinda Southworth is an American Scientist, Researcher and Philanthropist. She is married to Larry Page, the co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Google. He (Larry Page) also served as the CEO of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc until 2019.
Nita Mukesh Ambani (nee Dalal) is an Indian philanthropist and businesswoman. She is the first Indian woman to become a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and was included in 'the most influential women business leaders in Asia' list by Forbes.
I was 21 years old when I first heard that Funmilayo Ransome–Kuti was a women’s rights activist and suffragist who led multiple protests in Nigeria and even formed the Abeokuta Women’s Union.
Isabel Dos Santos is famous for being the first African woman to become a US dollar millionaire and also becoming the richest woman in Africa. She was born on the 20th of April, 1973 in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR to Angola's...
Chisom Anastasia Nwaezuoke is a physiotherapist, writer, public speaker and yogi. She is also a sexual health and reproductive rights advocate and volunteers for HandsOff Initiative.
Female genital mutilation, although common, is not the only violent and invasive culture that women are subject to. Up until the early 20th century, foot binding was a popular practice in many regions of China