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How Male Allies Can Support and Stand For Equality

The Gal’s Guide Library is a resource of books and materials to help men and women in the workplace. Whether seeking a more equitable workspace or fighting back against sexism in the workplace we strive to be of equal help and support. We’re all in this together! The overall lesson researchers have found is that […]

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Galentine’s Day 2021

Ladies celebrating Ladies! We’re going to help each other reconnect with our own inner queen. We’ll learn about amazing queens of history and give you a personal mantra for the year ahead. Get that crown ready. Register Now Galentine’s Day Kit Pick up or Delivery. Supplies are limited.

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Library Giving Day 2020

Gal’s Guide is the only library dedicated to women’s history in America where you can browse the stacks and check out a book. We created a small-but-mighty community space where men, women, and children can escape their hectic lives, where they can feel welcomed and inspired. In these very weird times, we could use your support. Testimonials […]

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#GivingTuesday 2019

Black Friday. Small Business Saturday. Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday. What is Giving Tuesday? (from GivingTuesday.org) Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world on December 3, 2019 and every day. It was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that […]

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February Meeting

Our special guest speaker this month is the lovely and funny Jana Kihn. Jana was thrown a curve ball in December when she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Brain Cancer. Jana has an amazing outlook on life, love and meaning. Let’s learn from her story and show her amazing support and love. More about Jana […]

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Hollywood Hates Women, But Does Indiana?

Hollywood – getting the job When we talk about Hollywood we are talking about the “Big Six” studios and all the little companies they own; specifically, Universal, Fox, Disney, Sony, Paramount, and Warner Brothers. The Big Six release only 1/7th of the films out there but they dominate at the box office. When we think […]