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Thank you, Dana. You spoke out, you shared your story with the world, you called out a corporate giant. The statements made by Disney employees who should have been helpful and supportive were instead condescending and harmful to people of … Continue reading

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By: Maggie Fridinger,  Program and Policy Intern National Council of Women’s Organizations Ever since I can remember, I have had an informal, anthropologic fascination with people watching.  Today, the office that I occupy in my graduate women’s studies program feeds … Continue reading

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By: Dani Nispel,  Program and Policy Intern National Council of Women’s Organizations   With all the talk about Title IX lately, it only makes sense to shift our focus to the Olympics. Friday, July 27th marks the opening ceremonies of the … Continue reading

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By Becky Mezzanotte It was not until I returned from living abroad in the Middle East that I realized just how much I actually cared about women’s rights. Prior to that point in my life, I lived in blissful ignorance … Continue reading

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