Two eighth-graders with a progressive idea and artistic eyes took home a national entrepreneurship award earlier this month for creating a coloring book that aims to inspire young girls.
In commemoration of the 180th anniversary of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Notre Dame of Maryland University is screening Girl Rising, a film narrated by Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Selena Gomez and others, that tells the stories of nine incredible girls across the globe.
Know any girls who rock, or girls who have always dreamed of rocking, or girls who have the potential to rock? Point them toward Girls Rock Baltimore, a “non-hierarchal, women powered, not for profit rock camp for girls in the Baltimore area” that’s gathering its resources now with hopes of empowering young women by teaching them to rock out.
The four sculptures in the extensively landscaped courtyard behind the Giant Supermarket in Waverly each presents a different one-word message to those who stop and look. Peace. Trust. Honesty. Integrity.
These words reflect the core values of Marian House, a 30-year-old nonprofit that has helped more than 1,000 women put their lives back together.