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John Kerry speaks at Jump Into Spring 2008

Posted by Kendra Moore Apr, 4, 2008
On Sunday, April 13, 2008, Senator John Kerry 'jumped into spring' at Strong Women, Strong Girls' first annual jumping rope fundraiser!  Senator Kerry provided parents, guardians, mentors, girls and Strong Women, Strong Girls supporters with an inspirational speech to kick off the event.

SWSG featured in Harvard Magazine

Posted by Kendra Moore Feb, 2, 2008
In Girl Power, Harvard Magazine explores what has changed for girls and what hasn't.  "Alpha girls" are having experiences and learning skills that used to be exclusive to boys. Strong Women, Strong Girls is creating a space for girls to explore all of the possibilities that their lives have to offer.  Program time gives girls...

The Boston Globe features SWSG

Posted by Kendra Moore Jul, 7, 2007
"For girls, it's really important to create a sphere where they feel safe," Hyde says. "That safety allows girls to try new things and take chances that let them become more self-aware and more self-confident. That's really important by the time they reach junior high, when girls tend to fall behind in self-esteem." It's because...

Only a year after founding SWSG, Lindsay appears in Seventeen Magazine

Posted by Kendra Moore Oct, 10, 2005
"When we began, one girl wouldn't talk.  By the end of the year, she was contributing ideas and leading groups,"  said Founder and President Lindsay Hyde about one of the first girls to experience the power of Strong Women, Strong Girls.  As a freshman at Harvard University, Lindsay Hyde received a fourth annual Seventeen Cover...

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