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Top 10 Women Empowerment Blogs for Women in 2021

We’ve been through a lot last year and to continue this full of hope and dreams the year of 2021, we’ve put together a list of amazing blog posts by empowering women. We hope these Women Empowerment Blogs give you a smile and helps you to continue to grow as the woman you wanted to be. Let’s do this!

 

1. UN Women

UN Women website

About: UN Women is the global champion for gender equality, working to develop and uphold standards and create an environment in which every woman and girl can exercise her human rights and live up to her full potential. We are trusted partners for advocates and decision-makers from all walks of life, and a leader in the effort to achieve gender equality.

 

2. HerStory

HerStory blog website

About HerStory: HERSTORY IS EVERY WOMAN’S STORY. Founded in 2016, the Herstory movement tells the stories of modern, historic, and mythic women.

The discovery that sparked a movement. In contrast to the handful of women we learn about in Irish schools, Herstory discovered that there are over one thousand fascinating women featured in the Dictionary of Irish Biography. The amnesia of women’s stories is not just an Irish problem – this is a global phenomenon.

 

3. GirlTalkHQ

About GirlTalkHQ: As the founder and Editor-in-chief, I am so glad you found us. I started GTHQ as a side hustle in 2013 and it has grown into a platform and community that is focused on amplifying the voices and stories of everyday womxn and girls around the world.

Growing up as a young Indian woman who was born in the UK and raised in Australia, I often found it hard to fit in. I felt I had to juggle so many different identities depending on where I was. As a child of the 90’s I didn’t grow up with social media and didn’t get to see the plethora of role models, especially women of color and immigrants, that we see today dominating digital media spaces and beyond.

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4. SheHeroes

SheHeroes website

About SheHereosSheHeroes empowers young girls of all backgrounds to dream big, explore their interests and passionately pursue non-traditional careers. Through our online content and video profiles, girls imagine their own potential by engaging with influential stories of exceptional, successful women role models across all fields. Like Sally Ride, we believe: “If you can’t see it, you can’t be it!”

 

5. Brown Girl Magazine

Brown Girl Magazine website

About Brown girl magazine: Born out of the lack of minority representation in mainstream media, Brown Girl Magazine was created by and for South Asian womxn, who believe in the power of storytelling as a vehicle for community building and empowerment. Our team encompasses and welcomes women, femmes, men, gender non-conforming, queer, and transgender individuals living across the diaspora including the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

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6. She Takes on The World

She Takes on The World

About She takes on the lead: 1,000,000+ entrepreneurs from almost every country on Earth have come here for inspiration, action steps, and support on everything from business and brand building, to superhuman health and living in alignment.

 

7. Empowering Women Network

Empowering Women Network website

About Empowering women network: Empowering Women Network, Inc. (EWN) is a company and member-oriented organization whose mission is to grow, connect and develop a diverse network of female leaders through leadership development programs based in Chicago, IL. EWN carries out this mission through programs and events designed to inspire, connect, and accelerate the advancement of mid-level and emerging female leaders.

 

8. Women’s Voices For Change

Women's Voices For Change

About Women’s voices for change: Women’s Voices for Change was established in 2005 by a group of women looking to change the way our culture views menopause and older women. Led by Patricia Yarberry-Allen, M.D., a gynecologist whose practice is focused on the menopausal transition, the original group founders included Faith Childs and Laura Baudo Sillerman, both of whom continue to serve with Dr. Allen on the board of directors.

 

9. Girl’s Globe

Girls Globe website

About Girl’s group: The Girls’ Globe Community provides stories, opinions, news, and research on the most pressing issues of our time. Our members are activists, advocates, experts, and organizations that work with gender equality, human rights, and social justice around the world. Read more.

 

10. Women’s Empowerment

women's empowerment website

About Women’s empowerment: Women’s Empowerment’s mission was created by women expressing their needs, and a community coming together with the desire to end homelessness—for good. For 19 years, WE have empowered women and their children into breaking the cycle of poverty and achieving self-reliance. Located in Sacramento, California, WE provide education, counseling, essential services, and more, all in a safe and nurturing environment where each woman and her family are treated with respect and dignity.

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