Our friends over at Activyst recently launched their campaign to help more girls around the world play sports. We think their bag AND their goal is pretty awesome! See for yourself: http://igg.me/at/activyst
Did you see it?! While Lindsay Brown was in NYC last week celebrating the United Nations’ FIRST International Day of the Girl, she was featured on the Today Show with Seventeen Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Ann Shoket. In case you missed it, you can check out their interview and see them talk all about Seventeen Magazine’s Pretty Amazing Contest and The SEGway Project here:
The SEGway Project’s Lindsay Brown won Seventeen Magazine’s Pretty Amazing Real-Girl Cover Contest! The October issue will hit newsstands September 11th so be sure to pick one up to learn more about The SEGway Project’s story. Lindsay is beyond thrilled to give a voice to all of the soccer girls she’s worked with in Nepal, Cambodia, and Kenya and would like to thank EVERYONE who voted! Because of you The SEGway Project now has the potential to help even more GIRLS in the developing world, THANK-YOU!
“Today is the 40th anniversary of Title IX, a piece of landmark legislation in the United States that opened the door for girls and women to pursue their dreams through sport. It’s implications were felt worldwide.” -girleffect.org
is that so? let’s make sure in 40 years girls in every developing country can agree.
the sagarmatha girls won their first soccer game 5-0! after nearly 6 weeks of searching for another girls team to play we finally found one! last friday afternoon we played the international school. at first the kopila girls were really … Continue reading →