by Juan Cortes, Age 10 and IndyKids Staff Some drag queens around the United States are taking to a different kind of stage: one at the front of a public library. The Drag Queen Story Hour, which started in 2015 in San Francisco, are events which see drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, …
By NYLA ALCANTARA 11 years old Equal Pay Day started in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE). It is a day that highlights the issue of unequal pay between men and women. This issue is called the gender pay gap because of the difference between what men get paid and what …
The U.S. Treasury will print a woman’s face on the new $10 bill in 2020, marking the first appearance of a woman on U.S. paper currency.
Gender bias in video games causes many girls to feel that they are being treated like they are unequal to males. Twelve-year-old Madeline Messer decided to raise awareness of this problem.
On July 27, 2014, for the first time in history, women competed on the same track as men do in the Tour de France.
Mo’ne Davis, a Little League superstar, is changing the attitudes of other people because many women are discriminated against in male-dominated sports.