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Katharine Graham’s Untold Story In “The Post”

Katharine Graham’s Untold Story In “The Post”

In 1976, the movie “All the President’s Men” came out, detailing Bernstein and Woodward’s account of exposing the Watergate scandal. Much of the journalistic firepower was accredited to the Washington Post’s executive editor, Ben Bradlee. Katharine Graham, the president of The Post at the time and a major component of its journalistic success, was all but left out of the […]

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Zero Gap Launch Party & Inaugural Power Of Parity Awards

Zero Gap Launch Party & Inaugural Power Of Parity Awards

On Friday, November 17, Zero Gap officially launched with a party in the Green Room of the War Memorial Opera House. Guests came dressed to impress and mingled over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before sitting down to honor three special guests at Zero Gap’s annual Power of Parity Awards. Supervisor Mark Farrell, co-founder of Honeybook Shadiah Sigala, and acclaimed Silicon […]

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The Long-Awaited Second Collection of Poetry From The Feminist Heroine

The Long-Awaited Second Collection of Poetry From The Feminist Heroine

Rupi Kaur, a poet whose fame arose from her Instagram account (@rupikaur_), made waves when she released her first collection of poetry, milk and honey, in 2014. With poetry centered around multicultural feminism and the overall strength and grace of womankind, Kaur was able to tackle heavy issues with a sense of lightness that made her poetry both approachable and […]

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Show Your Support For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Show Your Support For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is here and we are reminded again of the progress and struggles associated with this awful sickness. Based on recent data, the mortality rate of breast cancer decreased by 38 percent from 1989-2014, which prevented about 300,000 deaths. One in eight women will still be affected by breast cancer, but thanks to increased awareness, early detection, […]

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‘Hidden Figures’ Icon Honored At NASA

‘Hidden Figures’ Icon Honored At NASA

Katherine Johnson, former NASA mathematician and lead character in the award-winning movie Hidden Figures, just gained more commendation for her incredible work. On Friday in Hampton, Virginia, NASA’s Langley Research Center unveiled a new building which bore the name Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility, or CRF for short. Johnson is most known for her assistance to the orbital mission […]

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Miss Texas Takes Down Trump And White Supremacists

Miss Texas Takes Down Trump And White Supremacists

On Sunday night, Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund, was crowned Miss America. But Miss Texas, Margana Wood, went viral for her response during the questions portion. When asked for her thoughts on how President Trump responded to the Charlottesville far-right rally that escalated into violence and the death of counter-protestor, Heather Heyer, Wood did not hold back. Vox noted the […]

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Peace And Love From San Francisco

Photo by Joseph Fletcher

Over two weeks ago, the events at the Charlottesville right-wing rallies and the death of Heather Heyer, a counterprotester of the rally, shook the country. Yet, this past weekend, right-wing rallies were supposed to take place in the San Francisco Bay Area. The rallies were ultimately cancelled by their organizers, but nevertheless, thousands of counter-protesters gathered in the city and […]

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Niecy Nash: Diversity Isn’t Just “Black And White Women”

Niecy Nash: Diversity Isn’t Just “Black And White Women”

Niecy Nash, comedian and the leading lady in TNT’s Claws, is eager for more diversity in media. On a recent episode of Netflix’s Chelsea, Nash gushed with Chelsea Handler about the progress made so far in regards to diversity in television. For a while, black women were typecasted to “be the sassy black dot dot dot—sassy black neighbor, sassy black […]

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AVON 39 Raises $3.1 Million For Breast Cancer In San Francisco

Photo from Avon 39

This past weekend, the fight against breast cancer rallied in San Francisco. AVON 39, by Avon Foundation for Women, took place and brought in over 1,400 attendants. Together, they successfully raised $3.1 million for breast cancer research. Read more from the press release below. “SAN FRANCISCO, July 9, 2017 – AVON 39 The Walk to End Breast Cancer continued its […]

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Citizen Jane At The Yerba Buena Center For The Arts

Citizen Jane At The Yerba Buena Center For The Arts

“Dull, inert cities, it is true, do contain the seeds of their own destruction and little else. But lively, diverse, intense cities contain the seeds of their own regeneration, with energy enough to carry over for problems and needs outside themselves.” The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in downtown SF hosts a range of events from art openings to […]

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Elizabeth Warren Dances Her Way Through Pride

Elizabeth Warren Dances Her Way Through Pride

This past weekend, thousands of participants marched in Boston’s 47th annual Pride Parade. Not taking the chance to miss out on the party, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren proudly made an appearance. The senator sported a flamboyantly feathered rainbow boa, and did not just walk alongside her constituents, but danced. “I don’t march in the Boston Pride Parade. I dance,” expressed […]

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5 Fertility Tech To Consider Before, During, And After Your Pregnancy

5 Fertility Tech To Consider Before, During, And After Your Pregnancy

Fertility tracking is not a perfect science. So when it comes to fertility monitors your first thoughts are “Why should I pay so much money for a device that allegedly helps me get pregnant?” and “Besides, aren’t all fertility monitors the same? There’s no point in adding that extra expense.” We’re here to demystify some of the popular fertility monitors […]

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5 Ways to Use Apps to Avoid Pregnancy (or Make It Happen)

5 Ways to Use Apps to Avoid Pregnancy (or Make It Happen)

Thanks to advances in technology, there’s an app to track just about anything—including your fertility. Thinking about getting pregnant or still wanting to avoid it? We’ve got you covered. With so many options out there we’ve listed some of the best apps that will help you monitor everything from your period and ovulation cycle to your cervical fluid and basal […]

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