By Jasmine Weber in Hyperallergic
Michelle Hartney posted the guerilla wall labels next to the artwork of Paul Gaugin and Pablo Picasso, calling out their abusive or misogynistic histories.
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Celebrating the literary legacy of 7 authors who passed away before the publication of their work.
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The inconvenient truth about our so-called “booming” economy
We’re living through the worst “good” economy in generations, a reality that many of the rich and powerful people who have rigged the system are desperately hoping the rest of us won’t notice. The last time rich people managed to siphon off this much of the treasure that our economy generates, handlebar mustaches were a thing, and not just in hipster coffee shops.
Corporations and investors are getting rich, but most North Carolinians are just trying to get by.
Institute for Women’s Policy Research: Women Candidates; the Cost of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Building Women’s Political Careers: Strengthening the Pipeline to Higher Office. Women Candidates: How to Win the Next Time Around. A record number of women are seeking elective office in 2018.
By the Editors of The CUT from Apple News Spotlight Photo portfolio by
Women and Power isn’t a series about women’s empowerment. It’s a series about women and their relationship to power — how they get it, how they lose it, how they wield it, what they sacrifice for it, and, ultimately, what they hope power will help them achieve. It’s divided into four chapters that will be published on the Cut throughout the week. Click here to read more about the project and the women who participated.
Couples Therapy Can Help Partners CommunicateBy Howard M. Turney, Ph.D., MSW and Rebecca F. Ward, MSW, LCSW
By Howard M. Turney, Ph.D., MSW and Rebecca F. Ward, MSW, LCSW
Couples really benefit from therapy. Self-help books, TV, movies and commercials are all about relationships. We are a species that needs relationships; most of the happiest folks are those who have found good friendships as well as a close emotionally intimate relationship. This is a complicated union, and a marital relationship often needs help to guide it through developmental phases so it can progress to the warm, loving comfort of a good marriage.
In celebration of its 20th season (2019-2020), Pan Harmonia, Asheville chamber music collective, has commissioned composer Dosia McKay to create an innovative work for voice, flute, bassoon and guitar for the chamber music repertoire and for the citizens of North Carolina. This endeavor is funded by a North Carolina Arts Council Program Support grant and private donors.
GRAMMY-award winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ has released a new track titled, “Put A Woman In Charge” featuring Rosanne Cash eldest daughter of country star Jonny Cash and lyrics written by Beth Nielsen Chapman.
Over the past year, many intrepid women have leveraged the media not only to make their voices heard, and to offer more diverse voices in an industry that has historically been dominated by limited perspectives, but also to further leverage the industry’s power for creating change.
NC School of Science and Math Kicks Off ‘Barn Raising’ Capital Campaign $3M goal to fund historic renovation at new Morganton campus
Oct. 24, 2018 (Morganton, NC) — The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) announced the kickoff of its NCSSM-Morganton Barn Raising Campaign, aiming to raise $3 million in private donations from regional stakeholders that will support the construction
of its new campus including the renovation of a historic cattle barn on the site — a key landmark of the new campus slated to open in 2021.
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by Annie Reneau in Upworthy
Liz Kleinrock has used America’s heated discourse on sexual violence as the springboard for lessons on consent for her third graders.
Kleinrock, who teaches at Citizens of the World Charter School Silver Lake in Los Angeles, took to Facebook and Instagram to share the visual aids she uses in her lessons about about consent. Click here to continue reading
By Eliza Mackintosh, CNN
American Arthur Ashkin, Frenchman Gérard Mourou and Canadian Donna Strickland share annual award for advances in laser physics
The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to a woman for the first time in 55 years, and for only the third time in its history.
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