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Deeply, painfully inspiring: Women in the World’s greatest hits – Women in the World in Association with The New York Times – WITW

Deeply, painfully inspiring: Women in the World’s greatest hits – Women in the World in Association with The New York Times – WITW

For Women's History Month, "Ladydrawers" by Anne Elizabeth Moore and Mickey Zacchilli offers part two of our look at gender disparity in hiring practices across all media. (Tuesday, 13 March 2012)

For Women's History Month, "Ladydrawers" by Anne Elizabeth Moore and Mickey Zacchilli offers part two of our look at gender disparity in hiring practices across all media.

19 Heartfelt Pieces Of Advice From Women #ToTheGirls

19 Heartfelt Pieces Of Advice From Women To Girls

19 Heartfelt Pieces Of Advice From Women I read this, it was actually really nice and the comments were inspiring also.

Despite China's shortcomings in women rights, WuDunn explains how Mao helped advanced women's position in China.    More videos below!

Despite China's shortcomings in women rights, WuDunn explains how Mao helped advanced women's position in China.

In 1975, only 39% of women with children under age 6 were in the labor force. In 2010, that number grew to 64%. Go to womenemployed.org for more featured infographics!

In only of women with children under age 6 were in the labor force. In that number grew to

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4 Stars, 2 Heroes, and 60,000 Miles to Save Women's Lives

at she plans to focus much of her attention at home. She noted, for instance, that women still hold fewer than 17 percent of corporate board...

Hillary Clinton announces ‘No Ceilings’ initiative to empower women

Days after Univision announces Clinton partnership, network owner says Hillary presidency his ‘dream’ PM

Best app ever?: These Teen Activists Are Using Technology to Map History's Invisible Women.

The App That Makes Your Phone Buzz When You Approach Places Women Have Made History!

Yang Lan, the first Chinese MAKER, is known as the “Oprah of China” for creating an unparalleled multimedia business with a focus on women issues.

We are beyond excited to share the stories of Chinese trailblazers as MAKERS launches in China! Meet our first Chinese MAKER, Yang Lan, know.

In 1917, Alice Wadsworth, President of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, sent this petition to Congress arguing against a constitutional amendment that would grant women the right to vote. Learn more

In Alice Wadsworth, President of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, sent this petition to Congress arguing against a constitutional amendment that would grant women the right to vote.

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