LATEST STORIES / Badass Femmes
Lawyer and baker Hajra Khan uses her edible creations to honor her Muslim heritage and fill the lack of cultural holiday treats.
Grace Clark took some time during the pandemic to reflect on the racism she's faced in the bluegrass scene. Now she's focused on changing it.
Three women in various stages of their careers as pilots talk about what inspired them to take to the sky and the challenges they face.
Two years ago Brina Wyss picked up a pair of roller skates, sparking a passion for life on wheels. She's now a coach through Denver Skates.
Dana Donnelly's name is behind some of the best tweets in the last year. Her comedy captures the essence of the twentysomething woman.
We sat down with journalist Bree Davies to talk about sexism in journalism, her time covering the art scene and her future at City Cast.
Moe Gram has seen the country become increasingly more divided in the wake of the 2016 election. Now she's setting out to teach the world empathy.
Anna Perks is on a mission to change the way we think about the construction industry, both in terms of gender norms and demolition waste.
Nine-year-old Zyah Brown from Washington, D.C. has become a hit online with her intelligent rap tracks, spitting bars on policy and justice.
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