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tourists

How to be a Post-Covid Paris Tourist

As tourists slowly return to Paris, if vaccine targets are met and governments permit, they should beware of Parisians who've been cooped up the past year and follow these simple rules.
AAWE

AAWE Celebrates 60 Years of Paving the Way for Women in Paris!

AAWE took on bureaucracy and fought for voting rights to help expats settle into their lives in France. Today, the group is 60 years strong.

Is Covid Revamping Fashion and the Way We Dress and Shop?

A fashion changemaker in Paris shows how the Covid-19 pandemic has revolutionized our fashion habits for a smarter, more sensible and sustainable look.
American voters

American Voters Abroad Hit Feverish Pitch to Cast Their Ballots

An American expat in Paris explains the frenzy to make every vote count this year and why the whole world is watching the upcoming US elections.
Eiffel Tower in Pink

How to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Paris

Join the global campaign for breast cancer awareness by participating in one of these many activities happening around Octobre Rose 2020 in Paris!
Women Fighting Climate Change

Meet 6 Inspiring Women Leading the Fight Against Climate Change

Poverty and climate change inordinately affect women and girls. Meet six inspiring women at the forefront of the battle for a better future.
American Library in Paris centennial

100 Years! The Iconic Rise, Survival and Influence of the American Library in Paris

As the American Library in Paris celebrates its centennial, we look back at the origins, history, evolution and future of this literary landmark.
change

COVID, George Floyd, and My Wave of Anger on a Normandy Beach

An American expat in Paris draws a link from the past to recent events and shares her struggle to make significant change in our turbulent world today.
Black-owned businesses

Time to Shine a Light on Black-Owned Businesses in France

Upset by scenes of police brutality worldwide, an African-American expat says protests are good but supporting Black-owned businesses in France is better.
non-French women

When Staying at Home is a Danger for Non-French Women

Domestic abuse is a serious problem during confinement, especially for non French-women. Luckily, prominent voices are working to ensure these women are not alone.