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Debora Spar's new book, "Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection," discusses the misinterpretation of feminism by a younger generation and callsl for a new feminist agenda.
Forty years ago today, Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in one of the most watched tennis matches in history. She talks about what it was like to be a female tennis player at that time and what's changed today.
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Women in Madison, WI are forming Lean In circles to offer support to each other as they progress in their careers.
An American mother travels to a Congolese refugee camps to speak with mothers there about their hopes and dreams for their children and their war-torn country.
My life did not begin under perfect circumstances, but I had a family who believed I could persevere. I am blessed to know I can be that positive voice and source of support for others.
Ty-Licia Hooker, Student & Co-Founder of the Summer Success and Leadership Academy
I’m a firm believer that action can solve so many worries, and just powering through, no matter what, can give you the confidence you need when you feel like you’ve got nothing to offer.
Reese Witherspoon, Producer & Academy-award winning Actress
If there is a single trait that all Afghan women share, it’s determination. Put another way, we lean in.
Shireen Rahmani, Director of Human Resources, Roshan
Training beside me was a huge shock for many of these young alpha males. Here was a 37-year-old mother of two doing as well or better than almost all of them.
Major Lisa Jaster, Delivery Engineer, Shell Oil/Major, US Army Reserve
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