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Secret Code: Special Release

Back in December, we introduced you to Mara Lecocq, creator and author of Secret Code. Lecocq created Secret Code for a few reasons, two of which being: she wanted to help with the problem of diversity in technology and leadership and she wanted to create a book that showed young girls of all colors, shapes, and sizes, role models that they could relate to.

Secret Code: Special Release

Allison Lanza | WIMINsider

When I started college two and a half years ago, I was under the impression that women working on the business side of the music industry were a rarity. It seemed that everywhere I turned I was hearing about the accomplishments of men and that the only places for women in music were onstage, in the photo pit or doing publicity for artists, because those were the only places I had really ever encountered them.

Allison Lanza | WIMINsider

Why We Need a Feminist Fight Club

I’ve recently taken the plunge and decided to join a book club. For someone who genuinely enjoys reading, joining a book club just seemed like a natural progression – I’ll finally get book suggestions from other people besides my mother and I’ll get to engage in intellectually stimulating conversations with people I respect while hopefully eating cheese. 

Why We Need a Feminist Fight Club

Think Piece: BANKS

BANKS is an artist I’ve had my eye on for quite a while now, mostly after hearing her song, “Waiting Game” back in 2014. I was instantly attracted to the dark, almost whimsical tone and found myself quickly falling in love with all of her songs. I also found myself falling for her openness, her honesty, and her fierceness after “getting to know her” through her videos and interviews on the internet.

Think Piece: BANKS