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Equalize School Sports

Girls in the U.S. aren't getting treated equally in school sports. Studies show they receive 1.3 million fewer opportunities than boys.

The High School Data Transparency Acts would go a long way toward leveling the playing field!

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Wow, Who Knew The History Of The Pumpkin Was So Fascinating?

This delightful history lesson by NPR follows the pumpkin from its ancient origins in North America all the way to today's beloved jack-o-lantern. Who knew it had such a storied (and silly) history?

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Support Malala Yousufzai's Fight For Girls' Education

Women's education advocate and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousufzai once told al-Jazeera TV, "If this new generation is not given pens, they will be given guns by terrorists."

Urge Secretary of State John Kerry to continue supporting young women's right to actively pursue an education without violence.

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Help Build a Secondary School in Haiti

Haiti has the lowest rate of school enrollment in the Western Hemisphere. Without a secondary education, a young Haitian is unable to find a good job or attend college.

Help build a much-needed school so young Haitians can receive the quality education they deserve.

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Buses Urgently Needed for Safety of Afghan Schoolgirls
For a girl living in Afghanistan, going to school can be dangerous. In early November 2008, two men sprayed acid into the faces of girls as they walked to school, causing serious injury. In an effort to prevent further attacks, the Safe Ride to School program was created to purchase a school bus and hire a driver. Five years later, the bus is breaking down and we need to purchase another to ensure the girls of Mirwais Mena School get to class safely.

This Gift That Gives More helps a young Afghan girl get a safe ride to school by contributing to the purchase of a new bus.

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