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Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation proudly announces that the first class of seniors at the Zabuli Education Center for girls in Afghanistan, founded by CNN Hero Razia Jan, will graduate with high school diplomas on December 12, 2015. High School, Education, Foundation, High School Diploma, Girls Education, Academic Dress, Seniors, Girls School, School Girl
First Class to Graduate from Afghan Girls’ School Founded by CNN Hero Razia Jan
Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation proudly announces that the first class of seniors at the Zabuli Education Center for girls in Afghanistan, founded by CNN Hero Razia Jan, will graduate with high school diplomas on December 12, 2015.
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Join us in congratulating fearless education activist and girls' rights defender Malala Yousafzai on winning the Nobel Peace Prize! Talk about #supergirls: she is the youngest winner ever at 17 years old. Just in time for International Day of the Girl tomorrow, let us continue to raise our voices with Malala to demand girls' access to safe #education around the world!  (Image via @levoleague.) Wise Words, Quotations, Inspirational Quotes, Greatest Quotes, Great Quotes, Quotes From Women, Words Of Wisdom, Quotes For Students
Malala and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize
Join us in congratulating fearless education activist and girls' rights defender Malala Yousafzai on winning the Nobel Peace Prize! Talk about #supergirls: she is the youngest winner ever at 17 years old. Just in time for International Day of the Girl tomorrow, let us continue to raise our voices with Malala to demand girls' access to safe #education around the world! (Image via @levoleague.)
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Change the World, Educate Girls
Despite progress in recent years, #girls continue to suffer severe disadvantage and exclusion in #education systems throughout their lives. An estimated 31 million girls of primary school age and 34 million girls of lower secondary school age were not enrolled in school in 2011.
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Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation | Educating Afghan Girls
We're delighted to profile supporter Dakota Kim, an event producer, content manager, and journalist living in New York. Dakota has written extensively on feminist issues for a variety of magazines and newspapers. She attended Vassar College on scholarship. Kim says, “I support Razia's Ray of Hope because I want every girl to have the educational opportunities I did.” Tweet her at @dakotakim1.
Empower an Afghan girl through education! #bethechange Afghan Girl, Afghan, Student, Empowerment, Nurturing
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Empower an Afghan girl through education! #bethechange
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As the Zabuli Education Center prepares to celebrate its first graduating class of eager 12th graders in November 2015, we are passionately commited to ensuring that these bright young women have a clear path towards opportunity and success. There are no college options for girls in rural Afghanistan. So let's bring college to THEM. The first college for girls in rural Afghanistan: the Zabuli Technical College!
WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS (3 min trailer) Bring It On, Pray, School, First Day Of School, Free Education
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WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS (3 min trailer)
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Read moving letters by Afghan schoolgirls about why they want to go to college
Schoolgirls from a village in Afghanistan who are currently unable to access further education have written letters about what it would mean to them
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Afghanistan: Girls attend an informal school outside a mosque in the Mian Poshteh Bazaar.
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“Educate a boy and you educate an individual. Educate a girl and you educate a community” Photo by (UNGEI)
"Stereotype This!"    [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the marketing tactic of flashing a few pink gimmicks in an effort to reach girls and women] Equal Rights, Films, Punk, Equality Now, Gender Equality, Gender Stereotypes, Sexism
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"Stereotype This!" [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the marketing tactic of flashing a few pink gimmicks in an effort to reach girls and women]