Laurie Gwen Shapiro writes in The New Yorker, "Fifty years ago this month, at a time when America was divided on questions of war, race, and gender, Alice de Rivera decided that she was fed up with her lousy high school in New York. She was thirteen, with arching eyebrows that made her look as if sh
Naomi Kresge, Ilya Khrennikov and David Ramli write in Bloomberg Businessweek, "Sarah Martin, a Berlin-based aid worker who specializes in women’s issues, used to track her periods in the same paper planner where she wrote down her work appointments. Sometimes she’d also draw a little heart for the
Claire Lampen writes in The Cut, "Writer, director, and alleged trash can man Stephen Elliott requested a frankly staggering amount of personal information from Google, pursuant his defamation lawsuit against Moira Donegan, creator of the “Shitty Men in Media” list. This week, Google responded with
Jenni Hibbert and Bonnie Gwin write in the World Economic Forum, "Diversity among board members – in terms of gender, race, age, and disability status, among other factors – is of increasing importance to boards and to investors.
On gender, for example, whether you believe in quotas or not, the alm