Childhood Without Other Children: A Generation Is Raised in Quarantine
While it's too early to be certain of the long-term effects the pandemic could have on children's development, experts say that most small children will likely be OK because their most important relationships are with parents.
Girls Leadership Nonprofit Works to Lessen COVID-strain for Girls of Color
Our team spoke with the Peninsula Press on our Ready to Lead research and what the findings mean for Black and Latinx girls and families, especially during COVID.
How to Accept That Holiday Gatherings Are Canceled
"Psychological science reveals that even a small shift in how we orient ourselves in relation to feelings-how we think about them, what we focus our attention on, and what internal experiences we make space for-can have a large impact on how we experience the holidays this year."
Measuring giving to women's and girls' causes
The Women's Philanthropy Institute just released the 2020 Women & Girls Index, which found that giving to women's and girls' organizations grew from $6.3 billion in 2016 to $7.1 billion in 2017. Since total charitable giving grew as well, the share of funding for women's and girls' organizations remains relatively small at 1.6%. ?
Remote School as the Gateway Drug to Social Media
"For parents who did not expect their children to have devices or use social media so young, virtual learning was an unexpected push into the digital deep end."?
Vanderbilt women''s basketball team to stay in locker room during national anthem to protest racial injustice
The Commodores say they''re not just athletes and feel the responsibility as Vanderbilt ambassadors to be role models.?