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October 11 is celebrated Internationally as Day of the Girl with the mission “to help galvanize worldwide enthusiasm for goals to better girls’ lives, providing an opportunity for them to show leadership and reach their full potential.”
 
It’s a day to come together under the same goal to highlight, discuss, and take action to advance rights and opportunities for girls everywhere.

Day of the Girl Kick-off

 

Past Events & Activities

  • Challenge: Virtual Walk/Run 1.1 Miles for Girls
    Challenge: Virtual Walk/Run 1.1 Miles for Girls
    Oct 13, 2020, 11:59 PM
    Online Event
    It’s time to take action & challenge others to do so, too! Run or walk 1.1 miles for every girl in your life starting Oct. 5-13 and get a Fiesta Medal! 1. GPS your run/walk. 2. Share your walk/run on Facebook or Instagram. 3. Challenge & tag 11 friends. 4. Use #HerFuture #DayOfTheGirlSA
  • Challenge: Wear Your “Vote Like a Girl” Tee
    Challenge: Wear Your “Vote Like a Girl” Tee
    Oct 13, 2020, 11:59 PM
    Online Event
    2020 is the centennial year of the 19th amendment. Girls need you to help them break boundaries posed by stereotypes and exclusion. 1. Wear your “Vote like a Girl” t-shirt 2. Snap a picture wearing it 3. Share your hopes for the future generation of leaders 4. Use ##HerFuture #DayOfTheGirlSA
  • Challenge: Who do you want an equal future for?
    Challenge: Who do you want an equal future for?
    Oct 13, 2020, 11:59 PM
    Online Event
    1. Snap a picture of you and the girl(s) in your life 2. Share what you’re doing to help her achieve her goals 3. Challenge 11 friends to do the same by tagging them 4. Publish on Facebook or Instagram & use #HerFuture #DayOfTheGirlSA
  • Challenge: As a girl, I know how gender discrimination feels because...
    Challenge: As a girl, I know how gender discrimination feels because...
    Oct 13, 2020, 11:59 PM
    Online Event
    Share on social media and start the conversation with your family and friends: 1. Has there been a time/place you felt like you didn’t belong? 2. Have you felt that your voice was not being heard or that your perspective was not represented? 3. Have you felt confined or upset due to gender norms?
  • Drive-Thru Rally for Girls
    Drive-Thru Rally for Girls
    Oct 10, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
    San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, 901 N Loop 1604 W, San Antonio, TX 78232, USA
    The whole family is invited to celebrate Day of the Girl as we rally together for their future. There will be interactive activities & giveaways! • Drive-Thru Gallery Museum • “I AM” Graffiti Wall • She Votes! Ballot Box • Day of the Girl Photo back drop
  • Virtual Panel Discussion
    Virtual Panel Discussion
    Oct 09, 2020, 4:00 PM
    Online Event
    Panel discussing what we can do to give our girls a voice and start creating a more equal future for them.
  • A Mission to Lead | Featuring: Diana Trujillo, NASA Engineer
    A Mission to Lead | Featuring: Diana Trujillo, NASA Engineer
    Oct 09, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Online Event
    Join Latina Power Network on a Mission to Lead with NASA Engineer, Diana Trujillo!
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More girls are living in poverty and low-income households today than ten years ago. This is significant because such girls face considerable challenges that affect their health, happiness, and achievement. Particularly, low-SES girls are less likely to have health insurance, experience more emotional health problems, have less access to extracurricular activities that promote positive development, such as sports, volunteer, community, and leadership experiences and have lower education outcomes over time, including lower preschool enrollment, lower reading and math proficiency and higher school dropout rates.