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I believe that most of these CEOs believe in the power of diversity. I also think that many have believed this for a some time … but, regardless, progress on diversity has stalled.
If the world doesn’t change — if this powerful man does not work to change it — his daughter will have less money and less power than her brothers.
Let’s disrupt money. Money is power — live-the-life-I-want power, get-your-hand-off-my-leg power, start-my-dream-business power. And we women have been on the outside looking in.
“Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don’t think so.” Elastigirl, from The Incredibles Hell yeah....
This weekend I watched Sally Kohn’s TED Talk, “What we can do about the culture of hate.” It was the most powerful 17.5 minutes I’ve watched in a while.
"Everything – literally every thing, every single thing, absolutely every damn thing – that you can do to make the world better for women also makes the world better for men.” - Helen Rosner (@Hels)
I don’t know about your social feed last week, but mine was dominated by the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
I live on the route. By 10:30am on Saturday morning, there were some number of women milling around. By 11:30am, the streets were packed. Absolutely packed. Shoulder to shoulder.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my daughter lately, and the messages that I as a mother have given to her – and where I have fallen short.
Given that it’s the week of Thanksgiving, I'm supposed to write about the “women I am grateful for.” For inspiration, I just need to look around our office
I found myself searching for a synonym for the word “feminism.” Since I was in a Word document, I clicked on the handy-dandy Tools > Thesaurus in my toolbar. And the synonym that came up for it was…