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Advancing Voting Rights Act After Being Struck Down

Similar to many female empowerment provisions, the Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965 is fundamental legislation. The Act prohibits racial discrimination in voting and protects the right to due process of law. Despite the efforts to expand the...

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A Girl’s Frontier Founder Isha Uppalapati Named Golden Winner in “Female...

We are proud to announce that Women World Awards has named A Girl’s Frontier Founder, Isha Uppalapati, as Golden Winner in “Female Achievers-Advocate of the Year” and “Female Executive of the Year-Nonprofit”; and Silver Winner of the...

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Violence Against Women Act: Its Current Status

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a federal law aimed to end domestic violence, dating violence, and sexual assault. It was first enacted in 1994 under Pres. Bill Clinton, co-sponsored by then-Senator Joe Biden and Senator Orrin Hatch....

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GIRL’S FRONTIER FOUNDER, ISHA UPPALAPATI, WINS BRONZE STEVIE® AWARD IN 2020...

We’re honored to announce that Isha Uppalapati, founder of A Girl’s Frontier, has been named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the “Book of the Year” category in the 17th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Isha’s landmark...

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Paycheck Fairness Act: Equal Wages for Women

Based on a 2013 statistics of U.S. Census Bureau, a full-time working woman only earns 78 cents per every dollar paid to men. The payment goes down to 64 cents for an African American woman and 56 cents for Latinas. In line with female...

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International Day of the Girl

To me, International Day of the Girl stands for all the women who paved the path before us, and all the girls with big goals and dreams. At A Girl's Frontier, we want to do everything we can to make those dreams a reality, and we believe one of the...

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