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Girl Power Badge
Girl Power Badge

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The Girl Power Badge is all about female leadership and empowerment. Learners will have the opportunity to join a special docent-led tour of the Museum focusing on strong women in history, hear from a female Holocaust survivor, and participate in an activity about female leadership led by Museum educators and a local female entrepreneur.

Issuer:

Dallas Holocaust Museum
http://www.dallasholocaustmuseum.org/

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Badge Type: Disposition

Expected Duration: 5 hours

Critera

  1. [required] Complete the Girl Power Tour program.
  2. [required] Complete the Female Survivor Speaker program.
  3. [required] Complete the Girl Power Workshop program.

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The Girl Power Badge is all about empowerment, leadership, and strong women in history and your own community.

Girl Power Tour

The Girl Power Badge is all about empowerment, leadership, and strong women in history and your own community.

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The Girl Power Badge is all about empowerment, leadership, and strong women in history and your own community.

Female Survivor Speaker

The Girl Power Badge is all about empowerment, leadership, and strong women in history and your own community.

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