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Trending: March 20th, 2015
Read popular articles from the web all in one place. This week we celebrated Women’s History Month by hearing from Melinda Gates about investing in women, learning from extraordinary women at SXSW, and witnessing some of the most powerful women in the same room at the same time (Nancy Pelosi, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor, anyone?). NYC vowed to help 5,000 local women start their businesses, we weighed in on the woman we want to see on the $20 bill, and found that some really creative Utah teenagers brought attention to the gender wage gap in a way that only high schoolers can.
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