Meryl Streep and Michelle Obama Tell Girls in Morocco to Never Give Up on Edu...28 Jun 2016 at 3:31pm
Meryl Streep and Michelle Obama Tell Girls in Morocco to Never Give Up on Education: 'When You Lose Heart, You ...
On Tuesday, actresses and education advocates Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto joined First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia in Morocco as part of their tour to promote the Let Girls Learn initiative, aimed at helping young girls around ...
Michelle Obama Pledges $100 Million For Girls' Education In MoroccoHuffington Post
US First Lady Promotes Learning to Empower Moroccan GirlsABC News
Now we feast! Michelle Obama and the girls are joined by Meryl Streep for lavish dinner with Moroccan princess at ...Daily Mail
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How Michelle Obama and Her Girls (Sasha, Malia, Meryl) Are Promoting Education Abroad
After bringing her Let Girls Learn initiative to Europe last summer, Michelle Obama is continuing to draw attention to adolescent education. Her latest efforts involve a three-nation trip to shed light on the millions of girls around the world who are ...
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Swiss deny citizenship to Muslim girls who balked at swimming with boys
GENEVA ? In the latest move to deny citizenship to those who balk at Swiss culture, authorities rejected the naturalization application of two Muslim girls who refused to take school swimming lessons because boys were present. The girls, ages 12 and ...
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Google's New York City Office Is Now Home to Non-Profit Black Girls Code
But one way in which this partnership can be different is that it won't be a one-way street. While Black Girls Code will get access to Google's resources, the search giant will also have the opportunity to interact with women of color, as Bryant told ...
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Google gives Black Girls Code $2.8M space inside its NY headquartersCNET
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How to keep girls in the game after puberty
(CNN) When I ask my girls, ages 8 and 10, what they want to be when they grow up, my younger daughter says a professional athlete (she's not sure which sport just yet!) and my older daughter says an Olympian in track and field. With those goals, I ...
These Athletes Have Words For Anyone Who Says Girls Shouldn't Play The Sports They LoveHuffington Post
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