A new book called “Our Women on the Ground: Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World” shares the stories of female journalists working in the Middle East. The editor, Zahra Hankir, and NPR correspondent Hannah Allam, who wrote one of…
A survey found women of color are not only significantly underrepresented, they are also far less likely than others to be promoted.
By Leslie Hunter-Gadsden
Thousands of Google employees across the globe walked out of work Thursday to protest the way the company handled sexual misconduct claims against high-level executives. Katie Benner, from the New York Times, co-wrote a recent story disclosing how Google paid…
Forty years ago, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act made it illegal for employers to deny a woman a job, a promotion or higher pay because she is pregnant. But a new investigation found cases when workplace conditions put pregnant women at…
By Kate Howard
What my colleagues and I didn’t realize at the time was the continuous impact of the invisible walls and ceilings left behind as laws and policies openly discriminating against women in the workplace were abolished.
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