Glow Bravely: Interview With Rosalie Fish

Indigenous women and girls across the nation are incredibly vulnerable to violence. Murder is the third leading cause of death in native women, and 4 out of 5 native women have experienced violence in their lifetime. As we continue to speak out and take action against racism and police brutality in the U.S., we must…

Menstrual Hygiene in the Era of COVID-19

By Kylie Schuyler and Crystal Sprague   According to UNICEF, an estimated 1.8 billion menstruators across the world, including girls, women, and gender non-binary persons, cannot manage their monthly cycle in a dignified, healthy way. In normal times, menstrual hygiene needs can go unmet due to the effects of poverty and gender inequality, and are…

Girls Leading Our World: Spotlight on Abigael

In March of this year, Abigael was set to join Global G.L.O.W. and seven of her peers from around the world to present at the United Nations in New York City as part of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Abigael recognized that poverty in her community in Kenya was disproportionately affecting girls…