On anniversary of women’s march, the need for activism remains

January 17, 2018

By Kimberly Simmons, Bangor Daily News The need for amplified feminist activism is well documented; inequalities based on sex are significant and entrenched. The United States ranks 49th in the 2017 Global Gender Gap report, the World Economic Forum’s comparison of 144 countries. At the state level, Maine ranks 19th, with a grade of C+ for overall […]

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What it is Like to be a Queen Bee in the Beehive State

January 8, 2018

By Emi Radetich My claim isn’t solely based on mere anecdotes. This culture can be measured through the political representation of women for Utah. Below is an infographic the Institute of Women’s Policy Research created regarding this issue, using recent data from 2015. With less than a fifth of political representation, issues that matter to women across our […]

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Morning Joe Panel: Why Oscar For Best Actress Is On Lock

February 19, 2015

The Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min joins Morning Joe to share her Oscar picks and why she believes Julianne Moore is a lock for the Best Actress award. The panel, which includes Editor-in-Chief of Glamour Cindi Leive, also discusses the best and worst places for young women to live.

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