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5 Women Who Changed How We Think About Race | The New York Times

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FacebookTwitterMailAmisha Padnani , The New York Times Pager, a Harvard sociologist who died on Nov. 2, demonstrated the tenacious power of race in hiring decisions. We looked back through our obituary archives and found five other women, some recently deceased, whose thinking had an impact on our understanding of race. 1862–1931 Ida B. Wells Ms. Wells was a slave-turned-journalist who […]
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#HerToo: The Story of the DC Woman Who Helped Make Sexual Harassment Illegal | Washingtonian Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere.">#HerToo: The Story of the DC Woman Who Helped Make Sexual Harassment Illegal | Washingtonian Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere.

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Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere.
#HerToo: The Story of the DC Woman Who Helped Make Sexual Harassment Illegal | Washingtonian Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Women’s March on Washington Started With a Facebook Post by a Woman in Her 60 – POPSUGAR A history of protesting is not required to be an influential activist — and a retired attorney and grandmother in her 60s is proving just that. ">The Women’s March on Washington Started With a Facebook Post by a Woman in Her 60 – POPSUGAR A history of protesting is not required to be an influential activist — and a retired attorney and grandmother in her 60s is proving just that.

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A history of protesting is not required to be an influential activist — and a retired attorney and grandmother in her 60s is proving just that.
The Women’s March on Washington Started With a Facebook Post by a Woman in Her 60 – POPSUGAR A history of protesting is not required to be an influential activist — and a retired attorney and grandmother in her 60s is proving just that. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More