Hillary Rodham Clinton, Michelle Obama, Hawa Abdallah Mohammed Salih
The Clinton Foundation & Celebs Create Campaign Addressing Gender Equality “We’re Not There Yet” Happy International Women’s Day!Today we should all take time to reflect on all the progress women around the world have made! They have demonstrated acts of courage, perseverance and determination to better their countries and communities. Amy Poehler, Sienna Miller, Padma Lakshmi, Cameron Diaz and Jenny Slate teamed up with the Clinton foundation to help spread the news. Find out more after the jump.


A new data analysis by the Clinton Foundation says we’re not there yet on gender equality and some of your favorite ladies are not there to tell you about it. Visit Not-There.org to explore the data and find out what you can do to help women and girls everywhere move forward.

This video does a good job of showing people how the world would look, if women weren’t apart of it. It’s also a bold statement about value and self worth. It screams You are valuable to me. Make sure you check the video out below

Facts about Gender Equality
*The U.S. is one of only nine countries that does not provide for paid maternity leave
*One in four girls worldwide is married before the age of 18
*Women now make up the majority of U.S. college graduates, but only occupy 5% of the CEO positions at Fortune 500 companies
*Women in the U.S. make $0.78 to every man’s dollar

Gender equality is something everyone needs to be mindful of especially in Male dominated industries. I’ve seen it time and time again. Women working twice as hard to be accepted while their male counter parts magically become “Bros” and gain keys to the safe.We have to work to together and promote inclusion! “We’re Not There Yet” Let me know your thoughts in the comments.
For more information go to Not-There.org.