It's been almost a year since 100,000 Minnesotans marched on the state Capitol  in the cold of winter to reaffirm that women's rights are human rights.

At its "sister marches" from Washington D.C. to Antarctica , people stood shoulder to shoulder on Jan. 21, 2017 – one day after President Donald Trump's inauguration – to march, chant, laugh and cry while carrying protest signs and wearing those infamous pink hats. 

In cities across the U.S., speakers including Gloria Steinem, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna and Ashley Judd preached about equality, justice, and tolerance. 

When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987, everyone wanted to know how much it would adhere to the aesthetic established in The Original Series from 20 years earlier. As it turns out, TNG was very different from the first show, though there were some similarities. One of the people who returned for TNG ’s first season was William Ware Theiss, the trendsetting costume designer who made such an impression during Star Trek ’s original run, was given a new challenge: to boldly reinterpret his original Starfleet Uniforms.

Theiss gained a certain amount of notoriety for the revolutionary costume designs featured on a variety of guest stars throughout the three-year run of the Original Series. As one would expect, they were very modern, that is to say, very MOD. The ultimate example of that MOD design esthetic was the design of the women’s Starfleet Uniform Miniskirt. Very much a product of their time, the micro-mini was seen as a symbol of the women’s liberation movement and as something empowering at the time. It’s was no accident at that moment in history, Theiss dressed Lt. Uhura in just such an outfit. Fast forward to 1987, where he was asked for a no-less-iconic skirt design.

So, whether you’re at Sciences station, at Tactical, acting as a counselor to the crew, or commanding a Galaxy Class Starship, we have the uniform for you.

Each year on March 8 , millions of people around the world come together to celebrate and honour the accomplishments of women. Small or large, the contributions of women deserve a party! What better way to party than with your kids? There are many fun and authentic ways to celebrate International Women’s Day with your kiddos — and they don’t all include glitter.

If your kids are of the preschool persuasion, you might want to print some outlines of women, select a couple of important women from history , and make some quick popsicle-stick puppets. This is a cheap, interactive, and fun way to talk about some important characters in women’s history. How about Frida Kahlo, Laura Secord, or Cleopatra? We did it last year and had a great time with our puppets well into the middle of the month.

If your kiddos are a bit older and you are interested in talking about some of the issues that impact women around the world, check out the site WeAreEQUALS.org and download their “Little Book of Big Debate Starters” . It will empower you and your older kids with some serious conversation.

It's been almost a year since 100,000 Minnesotans marched on the state Capitol  in the cold of winter to reaffirm that women's rights are human rights.

At its "sister marches" from Washington D.C. to Antarctica , people stood shoulder to shoulder on Jan. 21, 2017 – one day after President Donald Trump's inauguration – to march, chant, laugh and cry while carrying protest signs and wearing those infamous pink hats. 

In cities across the U.S., speakers including Gloria Steinem, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna and Ashley Judd preached about equality, justice, and tolerance. 

When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987, everyone wanted to know how much it would adhere to the aesthetic established in The Original Series from 20 years earlier. As it turns out, TNG was very different from the first show, though there were some similarities. One of the people who returned for TNG ’s first season was William Ware Theiss, the trendsetting costume designer who made such an impression during Star Trek ’s original run, was given a new challenge: to boldly reinterpret his original Starfleet Uniforms.

Theiss gained a certain amount of notoriety for the revolutionary costume designs featured on a variety of guest stars throughout the three-year run of the Original Series. As one would expect, they were very modern, that is to say, very MOD. The ultimate example of that MOD design esthetic was the design of the women’s Starfleet Uniform Miniskirt. Very much a product of their time, the micro-mini was seen as a symbol of the women’s liberation movement and as something empowering at the time. It’s was no accident at that moment in history, Theiss dressed Lt. Uhura in just such an outfit. Fast forward to 1987, where he was asked for a no-less-iconic skirt design.

So, whether you’re at Sciences station, at Tactical, acting as a counselor to the crew, or commanding a Galaxy Class Starship, we have the uniform for you.

It's been almost a year since 100,000 Minnesotans marched on the state Capitol  in the cold of winter to reaffirm that women's rights are human rights.

At its "sister marches" from Washington D.C. to Antarctica , people stood shoulder to shoulder on Jan. 21, 2017 – one day after President Donald Trump's inauguration – to march, chant, laugh and cry while carrying protest signs and wearing those infamous pink hats. 

In cities across the U.S., speakers including Gloria Steinem, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna and Ashley Judd preached about equality, justice, and tolerance. 

It's been almost a year since 100,000 Minnesotans marched on the state Capitol  in the cold of winter to reaffirm that women's rights are human rights.

At its "sister marches" from Washington D.C. to Antarctica , people stood shoulder to shoulder on Jan. 21, 2017 – one day after President Donald Trump's inauguration – to march, chant, laugh and cry while carrying protest signs and wearing those infamous pink hats. 

In cities across the U.S., speakers including Gloria Steinem, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna and Ashley Judd preached about equality, justice, and tolerance. 

When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987, everyone wanted to know how much it would adhere to the aesthetic established in The Original Series from 20 years earlier. As it turns out, TNG was very different from the first show, though there were some similarities. One of the people who returned for TNG ’s first season was William Ware Theiss, the trendsetting costume designer who made such an impression during Star Trek ’s original run, was given a new challenge: to boldly reinterpret his original Starfleet Uniforms.

Theiss gained a certain amount of notoriety for the revolutionary costume designs featured on a variety of guest stars throughout the three-year run of the Original Series. As one would expect, they were very modern, that is to say, very MOD. The ultimate example of that MOD design esthetic was the design of the women’s Starfleet Uniform Miniskirt. Very much a product of their time, the micro-mini was seen as a symbol of the women’s liberation movement and as something empowering at the time. It’s was no accident at that moment in history, Theiss dressed Lt. Uhura in just such an outfit. Fast forward to 1987, where he was asked for a no-less-iconic skirt design.

So, whether you’re at Sciences station, at Tactical, acting as a counselor to the crew, or commanding a Galaxy Class Starship, we have the uniform for you.

Each year on March 8 , millions of people around the world come together to celebrate and honour the accomplishments of women. Small or large, the contributions of women deserve a party! What better way to party than with your kids? There are many fun and authentic ways to celebrate International Women’s Day with your kiddos — and they don’t all include glitter.

If your kids are of the preschool persuasion, you might want to print some outlines of women, select a couple of important women from history , and make some quick popsicle-stick puppets. This is a cheap, interactive, and fun way to talk about some important characters in women’s history. How about Frida Kahlo, Laura Secord, or Cleopatra? We did it last year and had a great time with our puppets well into the middle of the month.

If your kiddos are a bit older and you are interested in talking about some of the issues that impact women around the world, check out the site WeAreEQUALS.org and download their “Little Book of Big Debate Starters” . It will empower you and your older kids with some serious conversation.

Celebrating Woman International seeks to establish a virtual Celebrating Woman Worldwide Center and Hall of Honour starting in 2020. We want to celebrate and honour women's histories, contributions, sacred customs, and societal advances that have had a profound impact on the world in an effort to foster peace and goodwill globally. Learn more about the objectives of our women's group .


"These women, who have been meaningful to so many of us over the years, are legends who have been magnificent in their pioneering and advancing. It is because of their steps that our journey has no boundaries."

Celebrating Women International
Woman of Distinction 2016
Global Leadership Award
in Politics:
Her Excellency Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, GCSK,CSK,PhDh
The President of The Republic of Mauritius.

But being a second daughter can be even harder. Families with daughters are expected to pay dowries when their children get married to the groom's family, which is often seen as a financial burden.

Restaurateur Asma Khan wanted to give back - so she opened a restaurant five years ago which is home to a team of women who have never cooked professionally - but all have something in common: they are second daughters.

It's been almost a year since 100,000 Minnesotans marched on the state Capitol  in the cold of winter to reaffirm that women's rights are human rights.

At its "sister marches" from Washington D.C. to Antarctica , people stood shoulder to shoulder on Jan. 21, 2017 – one day after President Donald Trump's inauguration – to march, chant, laugh and cry while carrying protest signs and wearing those infamous pink hats. 

In cities across the U.S., speakers including Gloria Steinem, Scarlett Johansson, Madonna and Ashley Judd preached about equality, justice, and tolerance. 

When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987, everyone wanted to know how much it would adhere to the aesthetic established in The Original Series from 20 years earlier. As it turns out, TNG was very different from the first show, though there were some similarities. One of the people who returned for TNG ’s first season was William Ware Theiss, the trendsetting costume designer who made such an impression during Star Trek ’s original run, was given a new challenge: to boldly reinterpret his original Starfleet Uniforms.

Theiss gained a certain amount of notoriety for the revolutionary costume designs featured on a variety of guest stars throughout the three-year run of the Original Series. As one would expect, they were very modern, that is to say, very MOD. The ultimate example of that MOD design esthetic was the design of the women’s Starfleet Uniform Miniskirt. Very much a product of their time, the micro-mini was seen as a symbol of the women’s liberation movement and as something empowering at the time. It’s was no accident at that moment in history, Theiss dressed Lt. Uhura in just such an outfit. Fast forward to 1987, where he was asked for a no-less-iconic skirt design.

So, whether you’re at Sciences station, at Tactical, acting as a counselor to the crew, or commanding a Galaxy Class Starship, we have the uniform for you.

Each year on March 8 , millions of people around the world come together to celebrate and honour the accomplishments of women. Small or large, the contributions of women deserve a party! What better way to party than with your kids? There are many fun and authentic ways to celebrate International Women’s Day with your kiddos — and they don’t all include glitter.

If your kids are of the preschool persuasion, you might want to print some outlines of women, select a couple of important women from history , and make some quick popsicle-stick puppets. This is a cheap, interactive, and fun way to talk about some important characters in women’s history. How about Frida Kahlo, Laura Secord, or Cleopatra? We did it last year and had a great time with our puppets well into the middle of the month.

If your kiddos are a bit older and you are interested in talking about some of the issues that impact women around the world, check out the site WeAreEQUALS.org and download their “Little Book of Big Debate Starters” . It will empower you and your older kids with some serious conversation.

Celebrating Woman International seeks to establish a virtual Celebrating Woman Worldwide Center and Hall of Honour starting in 2020. We want to celebrate and honour women's histories, contributions, sacred customs, and societal advances that have had a profound impact on the world in an effort to foster peace and goodwill globally. Learn more about the objectives of our women's group .


"These women, who have been meaningful to so many of us over the years, are legends who have been magnificent in their pioneering and advancing. It is because of their steps that our journey has no boundaries."

Celebrating Women International
Woman of Distinction 2016
Global Leadership Award
in Politics:
Her Excellency Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, GCSK,CSK,PhDh
The President of The Republic of Mauritius.

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