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UN Women Feb 13
Celebrate by standing with your sisters and lifting them up!
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Lean In Feb 14
To get a better sense of what 2018 represented for women’s progress, it’s important to take a closer look at one realm in particular: work. Check out this presentation from our president, , that breaks down the state of women at work.
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Lean In Feb 11
❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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Lean In Feb 8
is ONE month away! Want to get involved? Ask your company to host an event to help challenge stereotypes and fight gender bias. We’ve got all the resources and tools you’ll need. Check it out!
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Lean In Feb 8
👏 2018 was a pivotal year for women 👏 To get a better sense of what 2018 represented for women’s progress, check out our summary of the state of women at work: the gains we’ve made, the inequities that remain, and the challenges that lie ahead.
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lululemon Feb 8
Did you know? At the current rate, it will take 202 years to close the gender pay gap globally. (Co-Founder, President )
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Alicia Brainerd Feb 8
Did you know? At the current rate, it will take 202 years to close the gender pay gap globally. (Co-Founder, President )
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Lean In Feb 8
Seven women-run TV shows that premiered from 2013 to 2015 are coming to an end this year. looks back at their impact on gender representation in media and the doors they opened for the next generation of women storytellers.
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Lean In Feb 8
In ways good and bad, 2018 was a big year for women. Our president shares the latest research on the state of women in the workplace: the gains we’ve made, the inequities that remain, and the challenges that lie ahead at
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Lean In Feb 8
Halle Amor Moore is 9 years old, and she's just published her first book — a collection of poetry on feminism, politics, and spirituality. Not bad for a third grader!
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Lean In Feb 7
Filmmaker Chinonye Chukwu just became the first Black woman to win the Grand Jury Prize—the Sundance Film Festival’s biggest award—for her film, Clemency.
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Lean In Feb 7
Who you know can make a big difference when you’re trying to land a new job. And a new study found that for the most successful women—having an inner circle of other women makes the biggest difference of all.
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Lean In Feb 7
Tired of feeling isolated and underrepresented in their newsrooms, these women photojournalists of color formed a collective that is challenging their industry to be more inclusive—in front of and behind the lens.
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Lean In Feb 7
Let's get to 50 percent 👏
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TIME'S UP Feb 4
Antoinette “Toni” Harris (featured in a Super Bowl commercial yesterday) has been playing football since the age of six. She wants to be the first woman player in the NFL.
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Lean In Feb 4
"Men in Japan do fewer hours of housework and childcare than in any of the world’s richest nations. That keeps women from getting better jobs and holds back the economy."
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Lean In Feb 4
✨ Hyattsville’s Amal Awad is making history three times over by becoming the first black, first female and first LGBTQ police chief in the police department’s 132-year history.
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UN Women Feb 4
from , the 1st black woman to travel in space, for the 1st week of ! 👩‍🚀🚀
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Rachel Thomas Feb 4
Excited to be part of the discussions happening at the 2019 . Join me LIVE Feb. 6 - 8:
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