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  • Teaching girl power and creativity online
  • Teaching girl power and creativity online
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Teaching girl power and creativity online

44% of women believe their gender has hindered their career, and lack of confidence has been said to be a big factor in gender inequality. School of Doodle is a website where Arianna Huffington, Marina Abramovic, Courtney Love and others teach girls how to 'be loud.'

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