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Food for All
With the International Affairs Budget at constant risk of cuts, we need the Foreign Affairs Committee to know that we support effectively feeding hungry people.
Tell the Foreign Affairs Committee to support international food aid programs that support women and their families in poverty.
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Support Children With Disabilities
Around the world, at least 1 in 20 children live with a moderate or severe disability. Each deserves the same rights and opportunities as any other child. It's time for the U.S. to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities!
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The Bright Future program in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia helps low-income women and girls become assimilated into society by providing academic education, life skills, and reproductive education. Mentors help the girls realize their true potential in society.
Sign the petition telling the UN that the Bright Future Program is a monumental step in preventing violence against women.
On September 21st – 27th, bookworms around the U.S. will be celebrating the freedom to read during Banned Books Week 2014.
In honor of the holiday, we wanted to find out how some of history’s most influential thinkers feel about censorship. Click the link to read their totally on-point comments.
Millions of women around the world go without menstrual hygiene supplies and resort to using dirty rags, ash or cornhusks during their menstrual cycles.
In developing countries like Uganda, lack of proper sanitary pads keeps more than 50% of adolescent girls home from school, greatly limiting their chances of escaping the cycle of poverty.