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FrDsign is a twitter bot.

During quarantine we’ve been trying to find things to learn. Design fundamentals, ways to improve certain skills and new things we’ve yet to try. To make it a little easier to find this resource we created a twitter bot that uses search engines to scan the web for anything related free design courses.

These links are then posted on twitter hourly.

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The youngest Nobel laureate, Malala Yousafzai fights for every girl’s right to education.

A twitter bot called FrDsign, the bot posts hourly links to free design courses online.

Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation works to build a kinder, braver world by supporting the wellness of young people.

Tarana Burke founded The ‘me too.’ Movement, allowing countless people to find a sense of justice and begin to heal.

Diane von Furstenberg is a fashion designer and creator of The DVF Awards, which provide exposure and resources to women working on behalf of other women.

Founder of Pronounced and professor of 20 years, Mary Amato has been widely recognized as a leading innovator in education.

Creator of MuslimGirl.com and Muslim Women’s Day,
Amani Al‑Khatahtbeh is empowering women to share their diverse stories — and ultimately to change the media’s narrative around Muslim
women everywhere.

Known best for her work on Selma and When They See Us, director Ava DuVernay is leading conversations about race and equality in America.

Activist, journalist, and founder of Ms. magazine, Gloria Steinem is a renowned leader and spokesperson for the American feminist movement.

Unarmed and female-run, the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit fends off poachers to preserve endangered species in
South Africa.

Award-winning actor, producer, and director Elizabeth Banks consistently weaves feminist ideas into her work. Her directorial film debut set an opening-weekend record.

Manifesto is a 25 page excerpt outlining our goals, beliefs and beginnings.

In 2019, Lilly Singh became the first LGBTQ woman in the U.S. to host a network late-night talk show in over 30 years.

Marie Kondo sparked a tidying revolution with her best-selling books and an internationally acclaimed Netflix series.

Director and writer of Lady Bird and Little Women, Greta Gerwig is expanding the stories
Hollywood tells.

On-the-rise lawyer and social activist, Julia Rust has fiercely created new opportunities for the state of Virginia.

By transforming recycled plastic into beautiful pieces,
Huang Ningning is changing the sustainable fashion industry with her company HowBottle.

On-the-rise artist and performer Victoria Monét has earned GRAMMY® nominations for songwriting and has been featured as an Apple Music Up Next artist.

Editor and COVID-19 first responder, Valerie Amato fights for a sustainable future in the realm of public health.

The first editor-in-chief of Vogue Russia, Aliona Doletskaya launched Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine in Russia and Germany, and she continues to champion new voices in creativity.

South Korean producer
Kwak Sin Ae shattered multiple barriers with her work on Parasite, the first non-English film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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Kode With Klossy

Kode With Klossy hosts free coding camps where young women learn key STEAM concepts and build the confidence needed to thrive in today’s technology-driven world.

Malala Fund

With 130 million girls out of school around the world, Malala Fund champions every girl’s right to a safe, free, quality education.

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If only you could say that about its latest TV adaptation. Dull, generic and padded, the series, one of the premiere offerings for NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service on Wednesday, transmutes a provocative warning into a vision of a sci-fi world that feels neither brave nor new.

The premise, as in so many new series based on pre-existing intellectual property, is essentially that of the novel, but stretched out. We arrive in New London, the gleaming citadel of a hedonistic society that has snuffed out discontent with three rules — “No privacy, no family, no monogamy” — and an endless supply of soma, a feel-good drug dispensed like Pez.

The citizens, stratified into castes labeled “Alpha,” “Beta” and so on, shrug off the class inequities with the help of pills, orgies and “feelies,” tactile entertainments in which a populace mostly alienated from physical struggle can experience virtual thrills like getting punched in the face.