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Read popular articles from the web all in one place. This week Hillary Clinton, Patricia Arquette and Ellevate Network's Sallie Krawcheck spoke at the UN’s Women’s Empowerment Principles Annual Event in New York City, reminding us that investing in women is a smart economic move. Germany put it into law that 30% of board seats must be occupied by women, putting pressure on the rest of the globe to take action. Uber teamed up with the UN to commit to employing 1 million female drivers by 2020, Ashton Kutcher asked where the changing tables are in men’s restrooms, and Frozen 2 is officially a go. We also learned how long it will take each state to completely eliminate the gender wage gap, and learned more about how men are getting involved in #LeanInTogether and #HeForShe.
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'Frozen 2' Is Officially Happening Huff Post Women
Map: Where working women have it best Washington Post
Sheryl Sandberg’s Divisive Pitch to #leanintogether The New Yorker
The 5 Most Damaging Myths That Keep Women From Advancing And Thriving In Our World Today Forbes
A detailed look at the gains & losses in gender equality in 20 years Fast Company
Can freelancing be a feminist act? Fast Company
I failed to advocate for women — 'I was willfully blind' Business Insider
25 Inspiring Women to Follow on Twitter Elle Magazine