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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

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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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Ashton Kutcher Wields Tech To Fight Child Sexual Exploitation

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In February, Ashton Kutcher gave a powerful speech to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He discussed human trafficking and child pornography as well as the efforts of his non-profit organization, Thorn, to counter it. Founded by Kutcher and ex-wife Demi Moore in 2009, the organization (formerly known as DNA until the couple’s split in 2012) conducts much needed research in […]

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Women’s History Month 2017: 10 Best Social Media Posts, Pt. 3

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It’s the final week of Women’s History Month, and the celebration continues! We’ve seen a ton of empowering posts all over social media, especially about notable women who have made #HERstory. Since this month is all about looking back (and making) history, we’ve collected the best social media posts that reflect women making their mark in various fields. Check out this […]

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Women’s History Month 2017: 10 Best Social Media Posts, Pt. 2

Women’s History Month 2017: 10 Best Social Media Posts, Pt. 2

Wow! We’re already half-way through Women’s History Month. Here’s to another week of celebrating the brilliant women from past and present who continue to inspire us to break gender stereotypes and fight for equality–not just for women–but for all. A lot has happened in the past week from the celebration of International Women’s Day and A Day Without a Women […]

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Thousands Of Kids Have Their Lunch Debts Paid By Good Samaritans

Thousands Of Kids Have Their Lunch Debts Paid By Good Samaritans

We’re finally living in a world where bullies don’t steal lunch money, but instead kind strangers pay off school lunch debt. Every day, over 100,000 schools feed about 30.5 million students, majority of whom qualify for reduced or free lunches. However, many of these students will still face debt from the inability to pay for lunch. People from all corners […]

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Meryl Streep’s Powerful Golden Globe Speech In Full

Meryl Streep’s Powerful Golden Globe Speech In Full

Meryl Streep is influential, graceful, and concerned about America, as shown during the Golden Globes this past weekend. Streep was given the lifetime achievement award, the Cecil B. DeMille Award, and during her speech, she took the time to address the elephant in the room: President-elect Donald Trump. In less than two weeks, his inauguration will take place and the […]

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How To Give Instead Of Get For The Holidays

How To Give Instead Of Get For The Holidays

In our consumer-driven society, most of us are often caught up in the excitement of receiving the latest cool gifts. We are surrounded by advertisements and media constantly telling us that we are always lacking crucial material things for a better and fulfilling life. This way of thinking has conditioned us to continually get and buy things, even when we […]

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Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee, host of her show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, is the level-headed, righteously disappointed voice for the nation. After the major upset of the election, chances are you’re probably still grasping the weight of it all: Hillary Clinton was incredibly close to becoming the first female president of the United States, Donald Trump won thanks to a silent […]

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