Work From Home: Burn Out or Game Changer? Only Nine Female Governors....Why?
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Americans are quitting their jobs in record numbers — and women are leading "the Great Resignation." Almost 3% of workers handed in their resignations in August, a record, the government reported Tuesday. The number of people quitting rose to 4.3 million, dwarfing the number of layoffs from employers, who cut 1.3 million jobs the same month.
116 Holly Hatcher-Frazier will never forget when she walked through the door of her daughter’s dance studio and was greeted by a demand. “I want her in an Afro,” dance instructor Abby Lee Miller said, pointing at Holly’s 10-year-old, Nia. “Do you have one?” After sardonically pretending to check her purse for a wig and coming up empty, Frazier absorbed what she was seeing: All the young dancers were dressed in colorful, sparkly costumes, while Nia — the only Black girl — was adorned in leopard print. Nia was usually never assigned solos, but this time she was: a routine to the tune of drag queen Shangela’s “Call Me Laquifa.”
In honor of this week's International Day of the Girl on Oct. 11, PEOPLE in 10 profiled truly inspiring girls around the country, raising awareness and funds for causes that are important to them — and that will change the world. Check them out in this segment, brought to you by STARZ #TakeTheLead, an initiative amplifying narratives by, about and for women and underrepresented audiences.
We continue interviewing some of the most important thought leaders as we cover the chaos in Afghanistan and its impact on women.Read More »
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Bill Cosby’s release from prison and the future of the #MeToo movement, as well as transgender athletes and the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. We have links to the full interviews with our experts, Joanna Harper and Donna Lopiano on transgender athletes.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is former Maryland US Representative Donna Edwards, Independent Women’s Voices’ Senior Policy Analyst Patrice Onwuka, Professor Lara Brown of George Washington University, and Washington Examiner Commentary Writer Tiana Lowe.Read More »
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