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People that inspire us

  Ursula Le Guin    A driving force in feminist science fiction in a world traditionally reserved for men. An advocate of peace, critical thinking and fairness.

Ursula Le Guin

A driving force in feminist science fiction in a world traditionally reserved for men. An advocate of peace, critical thinking and fairness.

  Guy Singh-Watson    A British farmer and founder of Riverford, an organic farm and UK-wide organic vegetable box delivery company

Guy Singh-Watson

A British farmer and founder of Riverford, an organic farm and UK-wide organic vegetable box delivery company

  Gracie Hart

Gracie Hart

  Kathryn Janeway

Kathryn Janeway

  Rosalind Franklin    Largely overlooked member of the team who discovered the double-helix structure of DNA.

Rosalind Franklin

Largely overlooked member of the team who discovered the double-helix structure of DNA.

  Leslie Knope

Leslie Knope

  Janet Fyle    A tireless campaigner working to eradicate the practice of Female Genital Mutilation in the UK.

Janet Fyle

A tireless campaigner working to eradicate the practice of Female Genital Mutilation in the UK.

  Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

  Frida Kahlo    A feminist and LGBTQ icon who painted real women and real experiences. She defied her destiny as a victim and taught us to embrace weirdness.

Frida Kahlo

A feminist and LGBTQ icon who painted real women and real experiences. She defied her destiny as a victim and taught us to embrace weirdness.

  Dana Scully    The fictional character in   The X-files   initiated a phenomenon referred to as "The Scully Effect"; as the medical doctor and the FBI Special Agent inspired many young women to pursue careers in science, medicine and law enforcement, and as a result brought a perceptible increase in the number of women in those fields.

Dana Scully

The fictional character in The X-files initiated a phenomenon referred to as "The Scully Effect"; as the medical doctor and the FBI Special Agent inspired many young women to pursue careers in science, medicine and law enforcement, and as a result brought a perceptible increase in the number of women in those fields.

  Xuē Xīnrán    A popular radio personality in China with a groundbreaking call-in program named "Words on the Night Breeze" (from 1989 to 1997) focusing on women's issues and life stories. Her unforgettable book ‘The Good Women of China’ shares some of these stories of what it meant to be a woman in modern China.

Xuē Xīnrán

A popular radio personality in China with a groundbreaking call-in program named "Words on the Night Breeze" (from 1989 to 1997) focusing on women's issues and life stories. Her unforgettable book ‘The Good Women of China’ shares some of these stories of what it meant to be a woman in modern China.