This article made a rounds a while back and it was both applauded as a great idea and also bemoaned as a sign of how far we have yet to go to achieve gender equality.
The idea is that women should "amplify" the voices of other women by repeating (and crediting) what they said. Yes, do this. And men, you too. (amplify women's voices, I mean.)
You know what else you can do? Amplify women's contributions in your office, school, or community. Nominate women for awards. Post a shout-out on Facebook. Write an article or blog post. Self-promotion is deeply uncomfortable for most people (Donald Trump a classic exception) but women are especially penalized for anything that hints of ambition or "hey, look at this cool thing I did/am doing."
Try it. Start with something small. Look for ways to amplify the incredible women you interact with every day. I promise that we will all be better for it.
I'll start. Check out this great Medium post by tech entrepreneur and general bad-ass Melinda Jacobs calling out Next Canada, an organization promoting Canadian entrepreneurship and...strippers, apparently.