Über Leah Rodriguez

Leah Rodriguez is the Education and WASH writer at Global Citizen. When Leah isn’t online, she’s finding her way to the closest beach, and volunteering with a sexual heath care organization. Before Global Citizen, Leah was New York Magazine’s, The Cut’s web producer and homepage editor.

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  1. Artikel: This Woman Is Fighting for Gender Equality at the Forefront of Lebanon's Uprising

    This Woman Is Fighting for Gender Equality at the Forefront of Lebanon's Uprising

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|22. November 2019

    Activists want an end to discriminatory laws in the wake of economic turmoil. Mehr Lesen

  2. Merkmal: Meet the Cisco Youth Leadership Award Finalist Who Is Ensuring Schoolchildren in India Stay Healthy
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    Meet the Cisco Youth Leadership Award Finalist Who Is Ensuring Schoolchildren in India Stay Healthy

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|22. November 2019

    Priya Prakash is one of the young finalists in the running to win at the Global Citizen Prize. Mehr Lesen

  3. Merkmal: This Cisco Youth Leadership Award Finalist Created an App to Educate Children Like Their Favorite Teacher
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    This Cisco Youth Leadership Award Finalist Created an App to Educate Children Like Their Favorite Teacher

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|22. November 2019

    Haroon Yasin is one of the young finalists in the running to win at the Global Citizen Prize. Mehr Lesen

  4. Artikel: Millions in the United States' Most Vulnerable Communities Lack Access to Water and Sanitation

    Millions in the United States' Most Vulnerable Communities Lack Access to Water and Sanitation

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|21. November 2019

    Race and poverty often determine access to clean water or a flush toilet, according to a new report. Mehr Lesen

  5. Artikel: Millions of Workers in Developing Countries Are Risking Their Lives to Provide Safe Sanitation

    Millions of Workers in Developing Countries Are Risking Their Lives to Provide Safe Sanitation

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|21. November 2019

    The WHO released a new report exposing the dangers of the often invisible, life-saving work. Mehr Lesen

  6. Artikel: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie & Scarlett Curtis Were Just Honored for Fighting Gender Inequality With Their Words

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie & Scarlett Curtis Were Just Honored for Fighting Gender Inequality With Their Words

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|20. November 2019

    Equality Now recognized Adichie's and Curtis’ work in feminist spaces with a night of empowerment. Mehr Lesen

  7. Artikel: Tech Companies Are Failing to Stop Online Sexual Abuse, NYT Report Reveals
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    Tech Companies Are Failing to Stop Online Sexual Abuse, NYT Report Reveals

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|15. November 2019

    The New York Times found predators are slipping through the cracks of Facebook, Google, and more. Mehr Lesen

  8. Merkmal: How Global Citizens Helped Launch the First Global Fund for Education in Conflict and Crises
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    How Global Citizens Helped Launch the First Global Fund for Education in Conflict and Crises

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|8. November 2019

    More than 75 million children have had their education disrupted. Mehr Lesen

  9. Artikel: Hear Why 5 Women From Around the World Want Better Maternal and Reproductive Health Care
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    Hear Why 5 Women From Around the World Want Better Maternal and Reproductive Health Care

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|7. November 2019

    They’re calling on leaders to provide access to facilities, contraception, and more. Mehr Lesen

  10. Artikel: 90% of Primary Schools in North-West and South-West Cameroon Remain Closed

    90% of Primary Schools in North-West and South-West Cameroon Remain Closed

    Ein Beitrag von Leah Rodriguez|7. November 2019

    Hundreds of thousands of students are missing out on education due to conflict. Mehr Lesen