Emma Graham-Harrison writes in The Guardian, "Women in Saudi Arabia will no longer need the permission of a male guardian to travel, according to laws published on Friday, in a key step towards dismantling controls that have made women second-class citizens in their own country.
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Abby Shultz writes in Penta, "Repeat auction sales of art tracked by Sotheby’s Mei Moses unit in the last six years show prices for works by female artists have risen dramatically faster than works by men.
Sotheby’s Mei Moses’s All Art-Female index rose by 72.9% between 2012 and 2018. In other wo
Jennifer DaSilva writes in Yahoo! News, "The power of community hasn’t always been clear to me. To this day, my parents like to tease me about how I was held back in kindergarten because I failed the sharing portion of the “curriculum” (I’m an only child, so cut me a tiny bit of slack here!).
Deirdre Breakenridge writes on LinkedIn, "Staying true to my brand was a question I had to answer early on in my career. It sounds like such a simple question. But, I remember as a young professional it wasn’t that easy. I shared a story in my book, Answers for Modern Communicators, about my experie
David Lat writes in Above the Law, "Next year marks the centennial of women’s suffrage in the United States. In 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, providing that “[t]he right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States o