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Oct 28, 2020

Today we’re talking about Tomoe Gozen, a warrior worth a thousand men. Tomoe is known as a leading commander and the first female general of 12th century Japan. She was extremely talented with bow and arrow, long sword, martial arts, and riding horses. 

Legend has it that she was “ready to confront a demon or god,...


Oct 23, 2020

Today I bring to you the story of Nadia Murad, an Iraqi activist and Nobel Prize laureate working to help women and children victimized by genocide, mass atrocities, and human trafficking to heal and rebuild their lives and communities.

@nadia_murad was born in a village in Northern Iraq to a family of Yazidi farmers....


Oct 21, 2020

Kim Petras is best known as an international singer & songwriter from Germany, currently living in Los Angeles. She has been releasing music as an independent artist under her own imprint, BunHead Records. She began recording and releasing music as a teenager and has topped the charts for several singles, as well as...


Oct 14, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of 9 female students in her class at Harvard Law School; tied for the top of her class at Columbia Law School; was the first woman to be on two major law reviews; co-founded the Women’s Rights Law Reporter, the first law journal in the US to focus exclusively on women’s rights; became the...


Oct 7, 2020

Have you heard of Olga of Kiev? She was the first woman to rule Ancient Russia and she’s famous for cleverly outsmarting and defeating her rivals (who are the ones who murdered her husband), as well as for her conversion and commitment to the spread of Christianity in eastern Europe. She’s got a reputation as both a...