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Korean beauty startup Memebox relaunches its U.S. e-commerce platform and signs Sephora deal 19.6.2018 TechCrunch
Beauty startup Memebox is relaunching its United States e-commerce business, about one year after putting it on hold to focus on building a review and community platform. Beginning today, the company will sell its in-house brands, I Dew care and Nooni, through the site before adding makeup line Pony Effect next month. Memebox, which is […]
Pew: Social media still growing in emerging markets but stalled elsewhere 19.6.2018 TechCrunch
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s (so far) five-year project to expand access to the Internet in emerging markets makes plenty of business sense when you look at the latest report by the Pew Research Center — which shows social media use has plateaued across developed markets but continues to rise in the developing world. In 2015-16, roughly four-in-ten adults […]
Michigan To The Rescue 18.6.2018 Crooks Liars
Blue America has endorsed 2 women running for Congress in Michigan with proven records for leadership in the state legislature, Rashida Tlaib and Ellen Lipton. We endorsed them both because they are progressives-- with outstanding progressive records of accomplishment. Identity politics played no role in either endorsement. That said, take a look at this tweet from Dave Wasserman last week: Ellen is the only woman in the August 7th primary for an open seat up against two men, one of whom, Andy Levin, is the retiring Congressman’s son. He’s got the family name recognition; Ellen's got the legislative experience and proven record fighting for progressive values, having served 6 years in Michigan’s State House and worked as a healthcare activist and public education ...
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Valedictorian’s speech calling for kindness too hot for Wisconsin school 16.6.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Right up until the last minute, Tomahawk High School in north central Wisconsin did what it could to keep some basic American values out of earshot of people attending a commencement this week.
Supreme Court Decision in Janus Looms Over Critical Public-Sector Jobs and Public Services 15.6.2018 American Prospect
Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP Images Hilary O. Shelton, director of the NAACP's Washington bureau, outside the Supreme Court as the Court heard arguments in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 in February.  In the last decade, an increasingly energized campaign against workers’ rights has been waged across all levels of government—federal, state, and local. Much of the focus of this anti-worker campaign has been on public-sector workers, specifically state and local government workers. Several states have  passed legislation  restricting workers’ right to unionize and collectively bargain for better wages and benefits. Beyond these legislative attacks, public-sector workers have been targeted by repeated legal challenges to their unions’ ability to effectively represent them.  The Supreme Court will soon issue a decision in the most recent of these challenges, Janus v. AFSCME Council 31. Our new Economic Policy Institute report  argues  that the decision in Januswill have significant impacts on public-sector ...
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The Great Return March and the Women of Gaza: Why Palestine’s Feminists Are Fighting on Two Fronts 12.6.2018 Truthout.com
The Return March, which has just ended, was unique in recent history in Gaza for a number of reasons.

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Civil rights leader Dorothy Cotton dies at 88 12.6.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Cotton was the education director of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr. She focused on empowering ordinary people to exercise their rights.
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Honorifics, Gender, and Journalism 12.6.2018 Outside the Beltway
A seemingly innocuous change to a newspaper style guide has some significant implications.
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After high school, young women's exercise rates plunge 11.6.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
After they lose access to high school sports, young women -- especially young women of color -- generally get less exercise than they should, a study suggests, and far less exercise than young men get.
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A Democracy in Exile Fights Against Fascism 7.6.2018 Truthout.com
There is no change without a broad-based movement of collective resistance.

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At SDMC schools, computers but no one to help use them 7.6.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
They’re Here. They’re Queer. They’re Scientists. 5.6.2018 Mother Jones
Riding in on the rainbow wave of Pride Month, 500 Queer Scientists made its debut Monday as part database, part visibility campaign of LGBTQ people in STEM fields. With dozens of smiling queer faces against laboratory and outdoor backgrounds, the campaign—exclusively online at the moment—aims to promote inclusivity in science. “I would say that queer […]
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Staggering Debt and Shattered Hopes: How Law Schools Fail Students of Color 5.6.2018 Truthout.com
Imagine what a difference more minority judges might make.

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One woman's Facebook success story: A support group for 1.7 million 4.6.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Inspired by the kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls, Lola Omolola started a Facebook group that soared in size and quickly became a support network for women around the globe.
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Carlos A. Samour Jr., who presided over Aurora theater shooting trial, chosen for Colorado Supreme Court seat 31.5.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Carlos A. Samour Jr., a highly respected judge who presided over the Aurora theater shooting trial, was appointed to the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
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Founder of western wear retail chain Cavender’s dies 31.5.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
James Cavender, the founder of the Cavender's western wear retail chain, has died in East Texas.
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Thirteen hopefuls vie to replace Steve Hogan as Aurora’s next mayor 31.5.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Thirteen hopefuls are vying to succeed Steve Hogan as mayor of Aurora, including a city councilman, two former council members and Hogan's own son, Timothy Hogan.
During Vail visit, Vice President Mike Pence and his family keep a low profile 31.5.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Mike Pence and his family flew into the Eagle County Regional Airport during the Memorial Day weekend for a family friend's wedding at Camp Hale.
Another Academy Class Flies Off Into the Wild Blue Yonder 29.5.2018 The Moderate Voice

It is that time of the year again, “When jubilant high school seniors receive their diplomas…When more reflective college graduates flip their tassels from one side of the mortarboards to the other…When Service Academies and College Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) graduates proudly render their first salute as commissioned officers, equally jubilantly toss their hats […]

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Gujarat GSEB SSC 10th Result 2018 declared: Pass percentage, top rank holders and result analysis 28.5.2018 Education – The Indian Express
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