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US first lady urges Spanish women to promote girls’ learning 30.6.2016 Washington Post: World
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama on Thursday appealed to girls and young women in Spain to get involved in her global girls’ education initiative, saying it’s important girls are “valued for their minds.”
L.A.'s original punk Alice Bag is back, and she has a lot to say on her first solo album 30.6.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Alice Bag, who was in the vanguard of the Los Angeles punk rock scene, had stepped back from music for much of the last decade and a half. New songs would occasionally appear online, but it wasn’t until this month that Bag reemerged to release a proper solo debut.

The absence wasn’t for a lack...

These Are the Best Cities to Work in If You're a Female Entrepreneur 29.6.2016 Inc
Memphis, NYC, and Dallas are the three best cities for women entrepreneurs.
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Clinton unveils tech policy plan with focus on economic impact 29.6.2016 LA Times: Commentary
Donald Trump attacks globalization and China in trade speech June 28, 2016, 1:29 p.m. Donald Trump calls for U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA, while Hillary Clinton says "it's time to move on," from Benghazi. Trump says current trade policies " made the financial elite" - including himself A pro- Clinton...
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On Women Who Oppose Hillary Clinton: A Conversation With Liza Featherstone 28.6.2016 Truthout.com
Author and professor Liza Featherstone is the editor of the anthology False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton. In this exclusive interview, Featherstone discusses the presumptive Democratic nominee's "trickle-down feminism" and how Clinton's policies ultimately fail most women. Hillary Clinton takes a photo with supporters at a campaign stop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 20, 2016. (Photo: Jared Polin / Flickr ) New York University journalism professor Liza Featherstone is the editor of False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton (Verso Books). She also writes for The Nation, with a focus on labor and student activism. In this exclusive interview for Truthout, Featherstone builds on the analysis that she offered to Truthout readers in February , discussing Hillary Rodham Clinton's status as the presumptive nominee for the Democratic Party. For more original Truthout election coverage, check out our election section, "Beyond the Sound Bites: Election 2016." Dan ...
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SEXIST: Fox Pundits Mock Clinton And Warren For Wearing Blue At The Same Time 28.6.2016 Crooks Liars
When you have two seriously brilliant and accomplished politicans on a stage, what do you expect people to talk about? Their education. Probably their career track. Definitely their aspirations. Maybe mention a scandal or two. And let's add in some comments about their spouses/children. That would be if the candidates were men. If they are women, the first thing you talk about is - their clothes. Yes, folks. Even in 2016, with a record number of women holding office and the first female Presidential nominee, Fox News, home of the most brilliant political minds, the focus always goes to looks. Here is a lovely exchange from today, where instead of focusing on actual substantive issues, they drift right to appearances . TRISH REGAN (HOST): Democratic Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren, taking a swipe at Trump today while stumping with Hillary Clinton in the swing-state of Ohio. The darling of the Progressive wing, she is said to be on Clinton's list of potential VP picks. Former Democratic pollster ...
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Pat Summitt, legendary former coach of Lady Vols, dies at 64 28.6.2016 Washington Post
She won eight national championships as head coach of the University of Tennessee women’s basketball team and had more wins than any NCAA college basketball coach in history when she was forced to retire because of a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
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UN report: Tackle inequality to prevent children from dying 28.6.2016 Washington Post: World
The U.N. children’s agency is warning that 69 million youngsters under five will die from preventable causes between now and 2030 if all countries don’t accelerate action to improve health and education for the most disadvantaged.
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After another student defection from its MFA program, what's the future of USC's Roski art school? 27.6.2016 LA Times: Commentary

A single student’s decision to leave an MFA program wouldn’t normally cause a ripple in the art world. But HaeAnn Kwon was the lone MFA candidate enrolled in USC’s Roski School of Art and Design.

Her exit, a year after an entire class of seven studio art MFA students withdrew from Roski to protest curriculum...

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Michelle Obama, daughters in Africa to push girls’ education 27.6.2016 Washington Post: World
First lady Michelle Obama visited a leadership camp for girls in Liberia to launch her latest Africa visit Monday in a country still recovering from the recent Ebola epidemic that left thousands dead.
Trump and the Racial Politics of the South 27.6.2016 American Prospect
This article appears in the Summer 2016 issue. Subscribe here .  For decades, Donald Trump has been known as a narcissistic, bombastic New York businessman who craves the media spotlight. However, if you unpack the dynamics of his support as a politician, Trump’s stunningly successful run to the top of the Republican ticket is less New York chutzpah and more Southern demagogue. Trump’s appeal to disaffected whites, especially working-class white men, evokes the racial politics of the white South. For a century and a half, a possible alliance between lower-income black and white Southern voters has been blocked by elites appealing to racial division. There is plenty of racism in the North, of course, though the South is the epicenter of this brand of right-wing populism. As the economic fortunes of working- and middle-class white men have faltered in the past generation, resurgent racism has filled the political vacuum. While anti-immigrant politics have their own history in America going back to the ...
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Fort Lewis College professor to visit Greenland, Antarctica 27.6.2016 Durango Herald
Fort Lewis College associate professor Heidi Steltzer’s career has led to groundbreaking research, recognition as an outstanding teacher and a voice as an advocate for women in science. This year, it will also lead to the Arctic in Greenland and the bottom of the world in Antarctica.Steltzer, in her mid-40s, began a sabbatical...
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Hillary Clinton leads, but Donald Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote 26.6.2016 Washington Post: Politics
Younger and non-white voters are less likely to say they're certain to vote.
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Afghan babies have been dying in huge numbers for decades. Now, something is changing. 24.6.2016 Washington Post
Afghan babies have been dying in huge numbers for decades. Now, something is changing.
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12,000 inmates to receive Pell grants to take college classes 24.6.2016 Washington Post
12,000 inmates to receive Pell grants to take college classes
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Malala Fund Co-founder Shiza Shahid, AngelList partner to back “mission-driven” startups 24.6.2016 TechCrunch
 During the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES 2016) at Stanford University today, AngelList, the equity fundraising platform, and activist Shiza Shahid announced a partnership to form a fund called NOW Ventures, that will back what they’re calling “mission-driven” startups. That’s the latest label for businesses that want to make a positive social and environmental… Read ...
Briefs: Briefs: Cope Family, Bryce, STEM, oral care 24.6.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
Cope Family Medicine, Ogden Clinic to share facility in Bountiful Cope Family Medicine, a family care provider for 26 years in Davis County, is teaming up with the Ogden Clinic at a new 12,000-square-foot facility at 185 S. 400 East, Suite 100, in Bountiful. Five physicians and four advanced practitioners will work at what will be called Cope Family Medicine — Ogden Clinic. Services include pediatrics, newborn care, women’s healthcare, diabetes management and sports medicine. The clinic also w... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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After having land stolen for generations, Juaneño Indians get a sliver back 23.6.2016 LA Times: Commentary

For the Acjachemen descendants, known today as the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, several of their sacred sites throughout San Juan Capistrano had been pillaged or desecrated. In more modern times, development encroached on the land.

But now, land is being returned — in a sense — to the tribe....

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Little Training And Poor Pay Show How Much We Devalue Preschool Teachers 22.6.2016 Think Progres

We're not preparing preschool teachers to teach actual preschool children.

The post Little Training And Poor Pay Show How Much We Devalue Preschool Teachers appeared first on ThinkProgress.

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The gender pay gap is slightly lower in D.C. than throughout the nation. 22.6.2016 Washington Post
The gender pay gap is slightly lower in D.C. than throughout the nation.
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