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Want Change? Put a Woman in the Ring On It

“I signed up for a five-year lease and wrote a check for two months’ rent of $9,000—with $200 in my bank account.” —Savoy Howe, Toronto Newsgirls Boxing Club owner sharing her entrepreneurial journey. read more

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Staff Writer Calls Out How Women Are Treated At Gawker

Staff Writer Calls Out How Women Are Treated At Gawker

Dayna Evans gives an unsatisfying look at who exactly runs media outlet Gawker.

7 Stages of Entrepreneurship Guide By Kiki Schirr’s

7 Stages of Entrepreneurship Guide By Kiki Schirr’s

How to avoid a cubicle and find your way to enlightenment? Entrepreneur and illustrator Kiki Schirr tells it how it is.

All Jacked Up on Bow Ties

All Jacked Up on Bow Ties

Meet trans-preneur Jack Jackson

The Renascent Entrepreneur: Second Acts

The Renascent Entrepreneur: Second Acts

It was yet another one of those high energy, motivational entrepreneurship conferences held in a large, carpeted conference hall at a slightly dated mid-town hotel.

A Sit Down With Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem

A Sit Down With Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem, two longtime friends and feminists, sit down with the New York Times to talk about everything from rap names to fighting for women’s rights.

Oppression of Women Working in the Film Industry

Oppression of Women Working in the Film Industry

Maureen Dowd’s New York Times investigation talks to female actresses, executives and filmmakers to answer what will it take to dismantle the pervasive sexism in Hollywood.

Confessions of a Bad Feminist

Confessions of a Bad Feminist

If you liked Roxane Gay’s book “Bad Feminist,” then her TED talk will certainly make you smile. The author speaks about working towards a more inclusive feminism, her personal journey to calling herself feminist and what it means to love the Ying Yang Twins.

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day: A Closer Look at “Awareness”

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day: A Closer Look at “Awareness”

International Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is November 19th. Isn’t it time we shift our focus to incentivizing gender equality instead of simply raising awareness that female entrepreneurs exist?

How Sexism Shaped Corporate Culture

How Sexism Shaped Corporate Culture

In a recent article for the Atlantic, Melissa Gregg explores how an antiquated sexist culture still influences how corporate culture is managed today. From condescending bosses to the perceived illegitimacy of catering and cleaning jobs, Gregg gives readers a brief snapshot of how old notions of domesticity and family influence work culture subtle ways.