In this month's Girl Power Roundup, we learn about a Bay View first, a century of women changing the world, why representation matters in historical markers, several incredible athletic records and firsts, the backlash against gender marketing and women in the pizza biz.
- Bay View's Eliza White ’22 Becomes BSA Troop 55's First Senior Patrol Leader (Reporter Today)
- How Women Have Changed the World - A Special Year-Long Program Celebrating the Centenary of U.S. Women Winning the Vote (National Geographic)
- Breaking the Bronze Ceiling (good.is)
- You (Yes, You) Can Contribute to a Crowdsourced Map of Notable Locations in Women's History (New York Times)
- World's Oldest Female Gymnast Smashes Record for Most Consecutive Olympic Appearances (NBC Sports), while Simone Biles Becomes All-Time Medal Earner at the 2019 World Championships (ABC News)
- VT High School Soccer Team Supports U.S. National Team's Call for Equal Pay (Huffington Post)
- U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Granted Class Status in Equal Pay Lawsuit (New York Times)
- 'Spider-woman' Breaks World Record in Speed Climbing (ABC News)
- Why Gender Marketing Repels More Than It Sells (Harvard Business School Working Knowledge)
- In Male-Dominated Pizza Circles, Women Are Grabbing a Bigger Slice of the Pie (WBUR)
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