chimamanda ngozi adichie

For centuries, women have been using their words to educate and inspire — from Coretta Scott King’s tales from the frontlines
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If 2017 was the year of the woman, it was the year of one very specific kind of woman.
“I never thought to call myself a feminist because of branding."
Now more than ever is an important time in our country for women to build their own tribe. One of our most recent renowned
My daughter is just beginning to recognize what it means to be a “girl” in this world.
“When a woman changes a diaper, no one says thank you.”
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Cecile Richards spoke at the Women in the World Summit.
The organization "represents the idea that women can be sexual beings."
"We need to see femaleness and womanhood in its natural, non-binary state, and advocate for it as such."