April 7th was the World Health Organization’s World Health Day; what better time to talk about menstrual health and hygiene?
The traditionally taboo nature of this topic is changing. One sign of that is the emergence of a … Read more
Well over one third of our 292 Junior Leagues work in their communities to fight food insecurity, addressing inequities in our food system using a wide range of strategies and tactics. There are plenty of obvious choices when considering the … Read more
National Women’s History Month is over…and I’m exhausted. So many events, so many conversations, so little time.
So what’s the impact?
What I find most interesting about participating in the many events that celebrate National Women’s History Month is the … Read more
Today’s guest post is from Jen Sapitro, founder and Executive Director of Uweza Foundation, who talks about how a scholarship from a Junior League in Illinois led to a life change for the young woman who received it…and for women … Read more