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eGirl Power Honors Senators Inouye and Duckworth on Veteran’s Day

AAPI Veterans

Senator Daniel Inoyue, Senator Tammy Duckworth

As we acknowledge the sacrifice and service of past and present veterans of the United States Armed Forces, eGirl Power would like to remember two AAPI veterans who continued their service to our nation by serving in the U.S. senate.

eGirl Power Comments on Olympic Gold Medalist Chloe Kim's Experience with Cyberbullying; AAPI Institute Research to #StopAsianHate Finds Over 75% of AAPI Girls are Impacted by Online Discrimination

Korean-American Chloe Kim is an Olympic gold medalist and X Games gold medalist in snowboarding, winner of three ESPYs for Best Female Athlete, and was featured in Time's 100 Most Influential People in 2018. Despite these accolades and accomplishments, Chloe Kim is a target of anti-AAPI harassment and cyberbullying.

Women's Equality Day Challenge: Do You Know These 5 Notable AAPI Women?

As Women's Equality Day is celebrated on August 26, eGirl Power would like to pause to consider this moment in American history. The women's suffrage movement began in 1848 at the Seneca Falls Convention and the 19th amendment of the U.S. Constitution was certified on August 26, 1920, but the fight was not over for some American women.

Opening Your Mind to Different Cultures: eGirl Power Strives to Stop Asian Hate Through Education

In the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic and the dramatic surge in Asian hate incidents, eGirl Power, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, started the AAPI Initiative to stop Asian hate through education and to "Educate, Empower and Elevate" AAPI girls. The initiative was driven by a need to provide a dedicated safe space for AAPI girls to connect, share experiences, and learn about AAPI history.


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