The CWE focuses our community engagement around Girls in metro Atlanta. Check out some of our programs and events below:

Curate Resources for Feminist Parenting

Helping children grow up whole, just, kind, and free is a tall order, but it’s part of the Center for Women’s vision for a liberated world. The Girlhood Project works to provide families with access to feminist toys, books, and resources for revolutionary parenting.


Crunk Feminist Collective
The intersection of hip-hop and feminism, the CFC provides a space for the voices of women of color.

An online magazine for and by teenagers. From relationship advice to finding your new favorite band, Rookie has everything!

Teen Vogue
The young person’s guide to conquering (and saving) the world. Teen Vogue covers the latest in celebrity news, politics, fashion, beauty, wellness, lifestyle, and entertainment.


The Book of Awesome Women: Boundary Breakers, Freedom Fighters, Sheroes and Female Firsts
By: Becca Anderson

Sharing stories and triumphs that are not often mentioned in mainstream history, feel inspired by the power and strength of other women! 

The Confidence Code: For Girls
By: Katty Kay and Claire Shipman

Confidence gives you the power to do everything you want. An interactive guide to building confidence and becoming your most empowered self. 


Amy Poehler's Smart Girls
Funny first, informative second, dedicated to help young people find their authentic selves.

Girls Inc.
Girl-led leadership programs and initiatives. Find your local chapter online!

An Atlanta-based newspaper run BY teens FOR teens. Apply to join their staff and contribute to their content!

Convened by the Center for Women at Emory

The Girlhood Project

The Center for Women at Emory invites undergraduate and graduate students to apply for membership to The Girlhood Project. The board is dedicated to working to better girls' lives by advocating for their futures and providing opportunities for them to show leadership and reach their full potential.

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