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Explore femmeinternational's Instagram Femme Kits don't only include reusable menstrual products (either washable pads or a menstrual cup), but also other items to support healthy hygiene. 
Femme Kits include soap in a plastic container, a small towel, and a steel bowl to boil their menstrual cups. 
Educating girls on essential hygiene is extremely important to ensuring their overall health. 
Donate a Femme Kit and help support a girl's reproductive health!

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Femme Kits don't only include reusable menstrual products (either washable pads or a menstrual cup), but also other items to support healthy hygiene. Femme Kits include soap in a plastic container, a small towel, and a steel bowl to boil their menstrual cups. Educating girls on essential hygiene is extremely important to ensuring their overall health. Donate a Femme Kit and help support a girl's reproductive health! #menstruationmatters #health #hygiene #reproductivehealth #impact #soap #femmekits #period #tanzania #kenya #education #menstruation #girls #yesallgirls #sustainable #everydayofthemonth #teamfemme

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Explore journeysinfilm's Instagram Congratulations on your @theacademy nomination, @therealoctaviaspencer! We bet 10,000² girls are celebrating today! "Now I know what @pharrell and @janellemonae feel like!" #HiddenFigures #Oscars 🎞✨❤Link in profile to our official discussion guide.
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Congratulations on your @theacademy nomination, @therealoctaviaspencer! We bet 10,000² girls are celebrating today! "Now I know what @pharrell and @janellemonae feel like!" #hiddenfigures #oscars🎞✨❤Link in profile to our official discussion guide. • • • • • • • • • • • • #hiddenfigures #artseducation #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #janellemonae #tarajiphenson #octaviaspencer #africanamerican #letgirlslearn #62milliongirls #stem #scienceeducation #engineering #nasa #womensupportingwomen #girlslead #pharrell #inclusion #teachwithfilm #powerofwomen #yesallgirls #resilience #teachwithfilm #girlslead #teachersfollowteachers #whyiteach #teachwithfilm #ladieswholaunch #academyawards

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Explore thatannoyedfeminist's Instagram "On Tuesday, Jamilah Lemieux penned a column for ColorLines explaining why she wouldn't be attending the march, arguing that, though many of the organizers were women of color, the march itself centered whiteness. "Will the Women's March on Washington be a space filled primarily with participants who believe that black lives matter?" wondered Lemieux. "I'm not sure."
Meanwhile, transgender activist Janet Mock discovered that a line she'd contributed to the Women's March platform about the importance of including sex workers had been erased. According to Mic's previous reporting, the site now features a revised version of Mock's original stance. The whole controversy prompted Mock to write a Tumblr post making clear that she wants no part of a movement that shames sex workers. "I reject the policing within and outside women's movements that shames, scapegoats, rejects, erases and shuns sex workers," Mock wrote. 
Though these criticisms seem valid and constructive, some disagree. 
A Women in the World op-ed column suggests women who pointed out the limitations of the march had "hijacked" it because they were "bent on highlighting women's differences." Contributor Emma-Kate Symons said she was tired of women quibbling over trivial matters like "privilege," "white feminism" and "intersectionality" — and yes, she put those words in scare quotes. "It saddens me to see the inclusive liberal feminism I grew up with reduced to a grab bag of competing victimhood narratives and individualist identities jostling for most oppressed status," Symons wrote.
Heather Wilhelm of the Chicago Tribune did one worse, calling the Women's March an "intersectional torture chamber," as if the very word "intersectional" — coined by feminist thought leader and civil rights activist Kimberle Crenshaw — was some kind of poison. 
Wilhelm continued to lament that it was "almost impossible to throw a good old-fashioned protest march these days" and dubbed disputes over inclusivity "feminist infighting."" Read the entire article here- https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=575481642645483&id=304246423102341 1434927206510187023_2210579033

"On Tuesday, Jamilah Lemieux penned a column for ColorLines explaining why she wouldn't be attending the march, arguing that, though many of the organizers were women of color, the march itself centered whiteness. "Will the Women's March on Washington be a space filled primarily with participants who believe that black lives matter?" wondered Lemieux. "I'm not sure." Meanwhile, transgender activist Janet Mock discovered that a line she'd contributed to the Women's March platform about the importance of including sex workers had been erased. According to Mic's previous reporting, the site now features a revised version of Mock's original stance. The whole controversy prompted Mock to write a Tumblr post making clear that she wants no part of a movement that shames sex workers. "I reject the policing within and outside women's movements that shames, scapegoats, rejects, erases and shuns sex workers," Mock wrote.  Though these criticisms seem valid and constructive, some disagree. A Women in the World op-ed column suggests women who pointed out the limitations of the march had "hijacked" it because they were "bent on highlighting women's differences." Contributor Emma-Kate Symons said she was tired of women quibbling over trivial matters like "privilege," "white feminism" and "intersectionality" — and yes, she put those words in scare quotes. "It saddens me to see the inclusive liberal feminism I grew up with reduced to a grab bag of competing victimhood narratives and individualist identities jostling for most oppressed status," Symons wrote. Heather Wilhelm of the Chicago Tribune did one worse, calling the Women's March an "intersectional torture chamber," as if the very word "intersectional" — coined by feminist thought leader and civil rights activist Kimberle Crenshaw — was some kind of poison.  Wilhelm continued to lament that it was "almost impossible to throw a good old-fashioned protest march these days" and dubbed disputes over inclusivity "feminist infighting."" Read the entire article here- https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=575481642645483&id=304246423102341

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Explore meganrwoods's Instagram History Fair Project COMPLETE!!!! #historyfair #malalayousafzai #beyondbrave #education #yesallgirls 1433785695528545823_38732512

History Fair Project COMPLETE!!!! #historyfair #malalayousafzai #beyondbrave #education #yesallgirls

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Explore woman_a_day's Instagram In developing countries such as Zimbabwe 10% of adolescent girls miss school during their period (Unesco). While the cost of sanitary pads is out of reach, some girls use leaves, newspapers and exercise books instead, so that they can go to school. Camfed is the Campaign for Female Education which bears the burden of this problem; providing high quality disposable sanitary pads as part of the holistic bursary package for disadvantaged girls, but they cannot help every girl.⠀ ⠀
Information from Angelina Murimirwa's article in TES magazine. ⠀
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#feminist #feminism #feminismforall #equality #equalrights #yesallgirls #tes #education #sexeducation #camfed #campaign #charity #period #aid #educationforgirls #womenwhoinspire #tesmagazine #zimbabwe #africa #unesco #womensupportingwomen #whyimarch #donate 1433618782546750503_3055689184

In developing countries such as Zimbabwe 10% of adolescent girls miss school during their period (Unesco). While the cost of sanitary pads is out of reach, some girls use leaves, newspapers and exercise books instead, so that they can go to school. Camfed is the Campaign for Female Education which bears the burden of this problem; providing high quality disposable sanitary pads as part of the holistic bursary package for disadvantaged girls, but they cannot help every girl.⠀ ⠀ Information from Angelina Murimirwa's article in TES magazine. ⠀ ⠀ #feminist #feminism #feminismforall #equality #equalrights #yesallgirls #tes #education #sexeducation #camfed #campaign #charity #period #aid #educationforgirls #womenwhoinspire #tesmagazine #zimbabwe #africa #unesco #womensupportingwomen #whyimarch #donate

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Explore thatannoyedfeminist's Instagram "On February 24 last year, a daily newspaper reported the rape and assault of several women near Murthal, a town 50 kilometres from Delhi, during violence that broke out during the Jat reservation agitation.

For a long time, the Haryana government denied any such incident, with the police going so far as to rubbish media reports that first brought the issue to light. Nearly a year later, observations by the Punjab and Haryana High Court that these rapes had indeed taken place at Murthal during the Jat protests clearly raise questions on the role of the state that did everything in its power to pass off the incident as a rumour.

Noting witness statements and the fact that women’s undergarments were recovered, the Punjab and Haryana High Court observed on Thursday that the Haryana police should set up a special investigation team to find the culprits.

There is little doubt that the BJP-led Haryana Government did everything in its power to hinder the investigation, rejecting even the faintest possibility of the occurrence of the rapes. The state government team, in fact, said that it could not find any corroborative incident in the media report. The police too stayed in denial mode for the longest time, with reports emerging of the police itself dissuading witnesses from filing cases.

So, why did women’s undergarments strewn on the Murthal highway fail to get the necessary response from Manohar Lal Khattar’s police? Instead of chasing the rapists, why did the police try hiding the crime behind flimsy and ridiculous theories? The answer is two words – Vote-bank Politics.

Jats constitute about 28% of the state’s population (25% of the electorate) and are distributed all over the state. While the ruling BJP didn’t want its image tarnished, the Congress and the INLD who also had a sizeable Jat support base did not want to be seen as those that were targeting the community either."
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"On February 24 last year, a daily newspaper reported the rape and assault of several women near Murthal, a town 50 kilometres from Delhi, during violence that broke out during the Jat reservation agitation. For a long time, the Haryana government denied any such incident, with the police going so far as to rubbish media reports that first brought the issue to light. Nearly a year later, observations by the Punjab and Haryana High Court that these rapes had indeed taken place at Murthal during the Jat protests clearly raise questions on the role of the state that did everything in its power to pass off the incident as a rumour. Noting witness statements and the fact that women’s undergarments were recovered, the Punjab and Haryana High Court observed on Thursday that the Haryana police should set up a special investigation team to find the culprits. There is little doubt that the BJP-led Haryana Government did everything in its power to hinder the investigation, rejecting even the faintest possibility of the occurrence of the rapes. The state government team, in fact, said that it could not find any corroborative incident in the media report. The police too stayed in denial mode for the longest time, with reports emerging of the police itself dissuading witnesses from filing cases. So, why did women’s undergarments strewn on the Murthal highway fail to get the necessary response from Manohar Lal Khattar’s police? Instead of chasing the rapists, why did the police try hiding the crime behind flimsy and ridiculous theories? The answer is two words – Vote-bank Politics. Jats constitute about 28% of the state’s population (25% of the electorate) and are distributed all over the state. While the ruling BJP didn’t want its image tarnished, the Congress and the INLD who also had a sizeable Jat support base did not want to be seen as those that were targeting the community either." /continued in comments/

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Explore womenseducationproject's Instagram Happy New Year to all of WEP's supporters! Our students saw in the new year with a celebratory event, lighting candles as a symbol of keeping the flame of education going through passing the flame of knowledge. 
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Happy New Year to all of WEP's supporters! Our students saw in the new year with a celebratory event, lighting candles as a symbol of keeping the flame of education going through passing the flame of knowledge. #girlseducation #letgirlslearn #yesallgirls

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Explore safari_heidi's Instagram My girl was sick yesterday and couldn't march with us, but I found a few of her buddies💕💕
Can't believe how amazing yesterday felt. So uplifting and so much power when people get together to stand for what is true and just and dignified ✌🏾✌🏻✌🏿
I have never been political, voted both sides in the past, but this was not about politics. 
This is about humanity ⚠️ I'll be paying attention to the news a bit more these days. I'm ready
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My girl was sick yesterday and couldn't march with us, but I found a few of her buddies💕💕 Can't believe how amazing yesterday felt. So uplifting and so much power when people get together to stand for what is true and just and dignified ✌🏾✌🏻✌🏿 I have never been political, voted both sides in the past, but this was not about politics. This is about humanity ⚠️ I'll be paying attention to the news a bit more these days. I'm ready ✅🚺🚻💟 #dignity #yesallgirls #yesallwomen #womensmarch #peoplesmarch #womensupportwomen #womenempoweringwomen #sistermarch #bend #pnw #gettogether #getoutside

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Explore khambraisha's Instagram Today looking at my instagram, saw all the women (friends to celebrity) posting about the women's march in the US. I am so thrilled to see all the women coming togther and standing by each other and supporting one another, the sight of togetherness is so incredible and overwhelming to see all the women being empowered and encouraging. I belive in every word that an empowered women is powerful beyond measure and beautiful beyond description and want to shout out loud that no women is alone and the women's march support is not only for US women and by US women, the support for all the women is there on this planet from every part of the world. With this I want to spread the message from my heart, when women support each other, incredible things happen, and women with a vision empowers an empire of women to do more, see more & be more.
#notbeingfeminist#beinghuman#womensupport#notbeingpolitical#womansmarch#proudtobewoman#strong#empowered#equality#solidarity#educationforgirls#determination#rise#lead#together#strength#courage#YesAllgirls#neveralone#spreadtheword#lead#change#embraceeachother#letgirlslearn#vitalvoices
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Today looking at my instagram, saw all the women (friends to celebrity) posting about the women's march in the US. I am so thrilled to see all the women coming togther and standing by each other and supporting one another, the sight of togetherness is so incredible and overwhelming to see all the women being empowered and encouraging. I belive in every word that an empowered women is powerful beyond measure and beautiful beyond description and want to shout out loud that no women is alone and the women's march support is not only for US women and by US women, the support for all the women is there on this planet from every part of the world. With this I want to spread the message from my heart, when women support each other, incredible things happen, and women with a vision empowers an empire of women to do more, see more & be more. #notbeingfeminist#beinghuman#womensupport#notbeingpolitical#womansmarch#proudtobewoman#strong#empowered#equality#solidarity#educationforgirls#determination#rise#lead#together#strength#courage#YesAllgirls #neveralone#spreadtheword#lead#change#embraceeachother#letgirlslearn#vitalvoices @vitalvoices @letgirlslearn @girlrising @malalafund @youngwomenshonors @girlupcampaign @globalfundwomen @unwomen @spreadgirllove @girlbeheard @makerswomen

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#thefutureisfemale@tradmedicinalsfoundation • • • #yesallgirls #girlpower #pussypower #rajasthan #india

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