From Katy Rutkin

Mexico City Bans Single-Use Plastic and Causes Tampon Shortage

On January 1, 2021, Mexico City government officials banned single-use plastic products as a way to combat climate change. At face value, the initiative is great …

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From Katy Rutkin

The Impact of Black History Month

As an African American woman who is an educator, parent, friend and community member, Black History Month has been a time to celebrate inclusiveness and call …

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From Katy Rutkin

When Home is the Most Dangerous Place

For the majority of us, lockdowns and being forced to work from home in the midst of Covid-19 have been viewed as tolerable hardships. But for …

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From Katy Rutkin

Black History Month: Recommended Reading

In honor of Black History Month, Global G.L.O.W. Program Manager Binta Freeman and Program Coordinator Olivia Jaffe-Pachuilo compiled an extensive reading list that includes books, poems, …

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From Katy Rutkin

Global G.L.O.W. 2021: Reaching More Girls to Curb the Long-Term Effects of Covid-19

Worldwide, almost 90% of schools were closed for some period of time in 2020 due to Covid-19 safer at home measures. According to the UN Secretary-General, …

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From Katy Rutkin

Mexico City Bans Single-Use Plastic and Causes Tampon Shortage

On January 1, 2021, Mexico City government officials banned single-use plastic products as a way to combat climate change. At face value, the initiative is great …

Learn more

From Katy Rutkin

The Impact of Black History Month

As an African American woman who is an educator, parent, friend and community member, Black History Month has been a time to celebrate inclusiveness and call …

Learn more

From Katy Rutkin

When Home is the Most Dangerous Place

For the majority of us, lockdowns and being forced to work from home in the midst of Covid-19 have been viewed as tolerable hardships. But for …

Learn more

From Katy Rutkin

Black History Month: Recommended Reading

In honor of Black History Month, Global G.L.O.W. Program Manager Binta Freeman and Program Coordinator Olivia Jaffe-Pachuilo compiled an extensive reading list that includes books, poems, …

Learn more

From Katy Rutkin

Global G.L.O.W. 2021: Reaching More Girls to Curb the Long-Term Effects of Covid-19

Worldwide, almost 90% of schools were closed for some period of time in 2020 due to Covid-19 safer at home measures. According to the UN Secretary-General, …

Learn more