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How Emma Chamberlain Uses Coffee For Her Mental Health

Emma Chamberlain is the quintessential cool girl and, honestly, somewhat of a paradox. With more than 9.5 million YouTube subscribers; 10.5 million Instagram followers; her own podcast, merchandise, and coffee company, Chamberlain has every reason to exude an ego. But nope, the wildly successful 19-year-old has managed to stay humble and approachable. It makes sense. Unlike many curated influencers, Chamberlain is unfiltered and…

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HBO Corrects Pay Gaps. A Win for the Time’s Up Movement and Reese Witherspoon.

The head of programming at HBO says that the network has examined all of its shows and corrected pay gaps among staff, inspired by “Big Little Lies” star and producer Reese Witherspoon and the larger Time’s Up movement. “One of the things that’s come out of thinking about the movement and some conversations with Reese, who’s really at the forefront, is…

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Women’s Health Month: The Effect of Toxic Chemicals

Women’s Health Month: The Effect of Toxic Chemicals By Monica Amarelo (EWG), Ketura Persellin (EWG) Women’s relationship to the environment is unique in many ways, with lifestyle choices and habits presenting special challenges, because some of the personal care products they use may contain harmful toxic substances like the “forever chemicals” known as PFAS. In honor of National Women’s Health…

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How Female Founders In Fashion Are Increasingly Making Their Mark

How Female Founders In Fashion Are Increasingly Making Their Mark By Jennifer “Jay” Palumbo As fashion evolves each year, a new power dynamic is coming into play more than ever. A study by Business of Fashion revealed that women designed 40% of womenswear fashion brands, but they only make up about 14% of leadership positions among the largest fashion brands. Another report found that women…

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The Fears AAPI Women Are Living With In The US

The Fears AAPI Women Are Living With In The US Hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US spiked by 339% last year. And nearly 3 in 4 AAPI women have reported experiencing racism, discrimination, or both. Let that sink in. Earlier this year, the killings of Michelle Alyssa Go and Christina Yuna Lee in New York City left the AAPI community reeling. Go…

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Meghan and Harry Urge for Childcare for Working Moms

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Join Coalition to Urge for Childcare for Working Moms Archewell has joined forces with Marshall Plan for Moms to pursue new childcare support solutions. By Chelsey Sanchez Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry‘s charitable foundation has signed on to Marshall Plan for Moms‘ new national business coalition, which will pursue solutions to equitable childcare support for working parents.…

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Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs

Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs By Moira Forbes “The only real successes are ones with blood, sweat, tears and grit,” says best-selling author, producer and philanthropist Bethenny Frankel, speaking about her unconventional rise from reality TV star to self-made businesswoman and serial entrepreneur. Frankel is sharing hard-won lessons in building a brand empire in her first-ever business-focused book,…

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Solving Science Inequality With Teachers and a Grant

Solving Science Inequality With Teachers and a Grant By Phil Gloudemans 150 teachers from 36 Massachusetts schools and 19 districts join the Lynch School program aimed at resolving inequalities in science education. A second cohort of teachers—150 from 36 Massachusetts schools and 19 districts—has joined the OpenSciEd Equitable Science Instruction Initiative, a program based at BC’s Lynch School of Education…

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Brenda Song: ‘I’m Really Proud of the Woman I’ve Become’

Brenda Song: ‘I’m Really Proud of the Woman I’ve Become’ Song opens up to Glamour about her experience as an Asian American child actor, choosing The Suite Life of Zack & Codyover Harvard, and passing on the importance of family to her son.  As told to Ariana Yaptangco For AAPI Heritage Month, Glamour spoke to actor Brenda Song about what it was like chasing her dreams in…

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Nicole Jeter West Is Leading Change On Social Impact Investing

Nicole Jeter West Is Leading Change On Social Impact Investing By Cheryl Robinson In the past five years, there’s been an emphasis on increasing the percentage of funding for women and BIPOC-owned businesses. Not that it hasn’t come with a struggle. According to Fundera, out of the 12.3 million women-owned businesses in the U.S., women receive just 7% of venture funds for…

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