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Women Who Inspire Me
Women in leadership positions (or, not necessarily so) who are doing/have done amazing things.
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Life Quotes Love
Quotes To Live By
Life Changing Quotes
25 Life-Changing Quotes From Feminist Instagram Poet Rupi Kaur
Just Keep Going
Thats The Way
Kinds Of People
A conversation with Marian Cannon Schlesinger about feminism, privilege, Julia Child, and the Kennedy era.
Women Who Inspire Me
Women In Leadership
Jean Batthany - Creative Director at DDB Chicago
Saatchi & Saatchi
Kathy Delaney, SSW Global Chief Creative Officer | Saatchi Wellness Leadership | Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness
Something To Do
Kat Gordon, founder of her own ad agency and the 3% Conference. had a serious WTF moment and did something serious about it. | Interview with Kat Gordon, Founder of The 3% Conference
Gloria Steinem Quotes
Women's Liberation Movement
We Run The World
Gloria Steinem. Fighter for #womensrights since the 1960s. Still an #inspiration.
Beyonce Knowles. No explanation needed.
Christine Lagarde, first woman to be the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
Janet Yellen, first female chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve
Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator and possibly the first Madame President of the U.S.A. | "How To Cover Hillary Clinton Without Being Sexist" – article by Aviva Shen #genderequality #equalityforall
Institute For Advanced Study
Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University. | this link is not as good as her interview in Fast Company, where she talks about all the bombtastic things she's done.
Hobbies To Take Up
Hobbies For Couples
Forms Of Birth Control
Moving To New Zealand
Religion And Politics
Ruth Bader Ginsburg #RBG | "Ruth Bader Ginsburg Was Right, and We Already Have Proof" – article by Zoë Carpenter on the #hobbylobby decision and its implications
Saturday Night Live
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler | "I Don't Care If You Like It." article by Rebecca Traister on the Esquire metric and our culture's "dude" calibration | #inspiration #equalityforall