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“People have the notion that women can’t play Mariachi music. But in reality, it’s good musicians and bad musicians that is the real distinction.”
Emily Kaplan / ESPN
"I hope when fans watch this game, they see it as any other game," said NBC producer Kaitlin Urka. "And I want people to think, this is something that they're going to see all the time, eventually. I want to get to the point where we don't need to make this a big deal. We don't need people writing stories about it and we don't need press releases and it's just normalized."
Kaamil Ahmed / Global Health 50/50
"Small signals over a lifetime can make a big impact. And this is not a small signal. As a girl, to see yourself [on TV, on the web], day to day or week to week, it will become the new normal."
Youyou Zhou / Quartz
Women have consistently made up 51% of total immigrants in OECD countries from 2001 to 2016, but highly-educated women have outnumbered both their male counterparts and, for the first time, men with low-level education in 2016.