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Dashia Bailey

Girl Empowerment Empire

Location Icon Louisiana, USA

About Me

First off I would like to thank you for taking the time to look at my project and giving me tips!!! Let me tell you a little about me My name is Dashia Bailey. I’m very fun,loving and outgoing! I was born in West Palm Beach Florida but raised in louisiana! I am nineteen years old and I attend Louisiana University! My major is History Education! A couple months back I’ve quickly became interested in women's empowerment! I believe We should be teaching girls to empower one another from a young age, so that when they become women they already know what it feels like to be empowered by other women, and they know how to empower other women. Teach girls that they don’t need to compete with each other, they are ENOUGH. Teach girls to love and honor themselves, and to support and empower each other. Empowered girls become empowered women. Also I would love to do for my community being that we have no chapters in Louisiana with your help I would be the first! 

Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Artists
Educators
Environmental Activists
Healthcare Workers
Immigrants
Incarcerated People
Indigenous Peoples
Labor Unions
LGBTQIA+
Marginalized People
People in Science
People of Color
Persons with Disabilities
Refugees
Sex Workers
Students
Tribal communities
Women
Youth and Minors

I Want to Take Action on

Abortion Rights
Access to Sanitation
Access to Water
Accountable Institutions
BioDiversity
Children’s Rights
Child Soldiers
Civil Rights
Clean Air
Clean Water
Climate Change
Combating Corruption
Combating Desertification
Combating Rape
Combating Rape as a Weapon of War
Data Privacy
Decolonisation
Divestment
Economic Justice
Education
Employment
Ending Hunger
Ending Poverty
Ending Violence
Equality
Fair Wages
Female Genital Mutilation
Forests and Deforestation
Free and Fair Elections
Freedom of Assembly
Freedom of Association
Free Press
Free Saudi Activists
Free Saudi Women
Free Speech
Gender Based Violence
Girls’ Rights
Global Institutions
Governance
Gun Laws
Housing
Immigrant Rights
Indigenous Rights
Innovation
Intersectionality
Intersex Rights
Land Rights
LGBTQIA+ Rights
Menstruation Rights / Accessibility
Mental Health
Militarisation
Militarisation
Oceans
Peace and Non violence
Protecting Evidence-Based Science
Renewable Energy
Reproductive Rights
Resilient Infrastructure
Rights for Persons with Disabilities
Security
Segregation
Self Determination
Sex trafficking
Stand With Kashmir
State Violence
Surveillance
Sustainability
Sustainable Infrastructure
Transgender Rights
Voting Rights
Women’s Economic Security
Women’s Education
Women's Health
Women’s Representation
Women’s Safety
Workers’ Rights
Youth

Areas of Expertise

Communications
Fine Arts
Teaching, Humanities
Teaching, Writing
Women’s Representation
Work
Workers’ Rights