11/12/18— Last week, Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her office at the Supreme Court and broke three ribs.
The Washington Post
11/12/18— The District’s public school system is slated to become among the first in the nation to let families select “non-binary” — rather than male or female — when indicating the gender of their child on enrollment forms.
The New York Times
11/10/18— Fed up with the government shutdown in 2013, Senator Susan Collins took the floor, presented a three-point plan and implored colleagues on both sides of the aisle to work with her. As soon as she walked off, her phone rang. The first senators to call her, she said, were women…
11/7/18— After Tuesday’s elections, a record number of women will serve in Congress come January 2019.
The New York Times
11/6/18— Asked whether she was a feminist, Amy McGrath, the former Marine fighter pilot running for Congress in Kentucky, was emphatic: “Hell yeah, I’m a feminist.”
11/6/18— On her recent visit down under, the Duchess of Sussex commented on how much she had benefited from attending an all-girls school, describing her experience as “empowering”.
11/5/18— A young Bosnian MP who denounced her uncle’s war crimes, a member of the Syrian opposition and a Gambian women’s rights campaigner are among the female parliamentarians who will sit in the House of Commons chamber this week.
11/4/18— Sometimes you have to fail first to learn how to succeed. Reshma Saujani knows all about both.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
11/1/18— Existing programs that promote and support women’s entrepreneurship help address the inequality that currently exists, but they don’t reach women early enough.
10/22/18— In small-town Wisconsin, four schools cluster on one campus, fostering a culture of experimentation and self-directed learning for both students and teachers.