Mercy Chikoko's graduate research

How to Make Sure Your Grassroots Project Can Survive after You Move On

So you launched a grassroots project. Maybe you even scored grant funding. But how can you make sure your project will last for years to come? Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 19, 2014
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Save on Car Insurance and Support AAUW at the Same Time!

What if I told you that you could get a discount on your coverage and give back to AAUW programs at the same time? Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   November 14, 2014
An excited girl holds a present

Holiday Gift Guide for Girls: 2014 Edition

For the third year in a row, we’re looking beyond the “pink aisle” to find gifts that will stay with girls all year. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 10, 2014
Elsebet Kieler

The Courage of Elsebet Kieler, Holocaust Resistance Fighter

Elsebet Kieler helped raise funds to transport hundreds of Jewish people to safety as part of the Nazi resistance movement in Denmark. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 05, 2014
Laura Puaca

Technocratic Feminism: How Gender Equality Can Win a War

By drawing the argument for gender equality away from the abstract ideas of equality and justice, feminists in times of crisis argued for equal treatment as a technological and economic win for everyone. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 03, 2014
Eleanor Roosevelt

7 Facts You Didn’t Know about Eleanor Roosevelt and AAUW

AAUW is proud to have called Eleanor Roosevelt a member, supporter, and friend. Sometimes our history is just too good not to share. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   October 31, 2014
Twenty-four states have never elected a woman governor.

10 Stats on Women’s Equality That Might Be Scarier than Halloween

‘Tis the season to be scared. From horror films and costumes to jack-o’-lanterns and ghost stories, Halloween is never short on surprises. But while the holiday celebrates the spooky, every […] Read more »

Dorothy Canfield Fisher

A Stay-at-Home Dad in the 1920s? Dorothy Canfield Fisher’s “The Home-Maker”

Writer Dorothy Canfield Fisher was taking on issues like the “mommy wars” and “having it all” nearly 100 years ago. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   October 22, 2014
A portrait of Juanita Kreps

How a Coal Miner’s Daughter Became the First Female Secretary of Commerce

As president of Duke University and the first woman to serve as U.S. secretary of commerce, this economist blazed many trails. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   October 08, 2014
Abortion; pro-choice; women with signs

Last in Statehood but First in Reproductive Choice

In 1970, AAUW members in Hawaii spearheaded an effort to repeal the state’s restrictive abortion law, making Hawaii the first state to legalize abortion. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   October 06, 2014