Category:  Girls Unlimited Conference

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Girls Rock! Weekend recap from our President Kelli McCannell

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Her Story: “Madison found herself inspired to actively make change within her community.”

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Our Girls Advisory Board wins May’s Teens Who Care Award!

Stacia and Reina at the conference

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“She felt the power” at the Girls Unlimited! Conference

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‘Hunger Games’ too violent for kids?

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Announcing the 2012 Girls Rock Award Winners!

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Presenting… 2011’s Girls Rock! Award Winners: Health Advocacy

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Presenting… 2011’s Girls Rock! Award Winners: Entrepreneurship

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Presenting… 2011’s Girls Rock! Award Winners: Title IX Award

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Presenting… 2011’s Girls Rock! Award Winners: Community Organizing

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Hardy Girls Healthy Women (HGHW) is a research-based non-profit working alongside girls to create a world where all girls and women experience equality, independence, and safety in their everyday lives.

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