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Thrive on Campus//

Why Gen Z Activists Are the Leaders of Tomorrow

by Kathleen McCartney

Accidental Activist

by Aisha Adkins, MPA, CNP

Never Too Young To Be An Activist

by Liz Pitofsky

I Won’t Stay Quiet

by Deva Joy Gouss

Inspiring Young Activism on Day of the Girl

by Illana Raia

How Can You Help During Times Of Disaster Or Chaos

by Nicole Serena Silver
Just a few of the dangerous women I admire: Christine Shuler Deschryver, Stacey Abrams, Abigail Disney, and Mary Robinson

Dangerous Times Call for Dangerous Women

by Pat Mitchell
CWL Declaration on Climate Change announcement with (l-r) environmental activist Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim; CWL Forum co-convener Pat Mitchell; Mary Robinson, president of the Mary Robinson Foundation and former president of Ireland; climate activist Sarra Tekola; Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, Project Drawdown; CWL Forum co-convener Ronda Carnegie; NRDC Publications Director Mary Annaïse Heglar; and Doc Society Director Jess Search at the Doc Society Climate Story Lab.

Join Connected Women Leaders in Signing the Climate Declaration

by Pat Mitchell
Jazz Jennings in NYC on June 6, 2019. Photo Credit: Lindsey Benoit O'Connell for Thrive Global.

Spotlight On: Jazz Jennings

by Marina Khidekel, Lindsey Benoit O'Connell
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The Thrive Questionnaire//

The Thrive Questionnaire With Christina Ochoa

by Christina Ochoa
2019 Connected Women Leaders Forum

Why I Believe Connecting Women Leaders Globally Is the Key to Positive Change

by Pat Mitchell

Love Activism-Why creating more love in the world might just save us all.

by Gayle Berry
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