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Six women-directed films to watch and support this awards season.
#3 Use gender-inclusive language. Research has shown that using gender-inclusive language at work is associated with better well-being for employees who identify as LGBTQ, so ensure that the language you use is gender-neutral. For example, using “people” instead of “guys” can make everyone feel included.
Lynn Marie Finn / Forbes
Salary transparency benefits all workers, but it is especially important for women, as they experience the largest wage gap.
Twenty-five women — among them attorneys, formerly incarcerated women and advocates — make up the inaugural class of the program.
Erin Spencer Sairam / Forbes
Bill sponsor Sen. Tammy Baldwin cited her home state of Wisconsin’s history as the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment, as a key motivating factor behind her work on the bill. “This history–and the women who made it–deserve to be featured on our National Mall in recognition of the indispensable role that women play in our democracy,” said Baldwin.
Kelsey Marie / Yahoo
"I created the Black Girl’s Healing House Facebook Group to help Black girls that look like me find a safe space where they can feel like they matter in a world that typically overlooks us. My intention is by connecting Black women together, we can heal generations of trauma and inspire a new generation of Black women who can truly live softly."