LATEST STORIES / Badass Femmes
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.
Chelsea Blankenship has worked for years to create online communities for women, work that has now become more important during the pandemic.
Kirsty York eschewed industry norms to open her tattoo studio—now she’s dominating with her unique style
Kirsty York had only three years of tattooing behind her before opening Blackbird Ink. Now she runs an all-female shop offering unique styles.
Black and grey tattoo artist Jordan Jasinski is branching out from the art form into the world of fitness to become an online health coach.
Porshai and Ashira Campbell used their passion for racial justice to advocate for change together on the streets of Denver last summer.
Research shows that women are better equipped to lead social justice movements. Three Colorado organizers tell us why they think it's true.
The women behind Lady Justice Brewing Company are paving the way for future women in the industry and giving back to their community.
Jessica Christie empowers couples to own destination elopements, inspiring other women along the way
Photographer Jessica Christie takes elopement photography to new heights and mentors other young women in the industry and beyond.
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