Inauguration Day and Alice’s March for Equality January 18, 2017 by Liz D’Angel Girl Scouting empowers girls to make their own decisions, and at GSEP, we support the individual choices made by all of our Girl Scouts. Whether individual Girl Scouts wish to participate in the inaugural parade on Friday, in the Women’s March on Saturday, or any other forms of organized civic activism, we support and encourage girls to take time to discover who they are and develop a strong sense of self. Through connecting with others, girls learn to appreciate the value of diversity. And, individually and collectively, our Girl Scouts take action to help make our world a better place. Our job is to steward them along their personal journeys. We hope you will also respect our girls’ individual decisions. Click here to read Girl Scouts of the USA’s blog post: http://blog.girlscouts.org/2017/01/inauguration-day-reflecting-on-girl.html Kim Fraites-Dow, CEO of GSEP, will be speaking at Alice’s March for Equality, on Thursday, January 19, in Philadelphia. Sister Girl Scout Anna, from Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey, organized the march as part of her Gold Award Project, and GSEP is excited to show our support. Learn more about the march here and more about Anna’s project here.