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September 20 | 1:00 PM Can you relate? Or Maybe A Woman You Know?   “I’m a new leader. I’m solid when it comes to my field but the finance side…the business side of things could use some work. I need to understand what’s most relevant to focus on when it comes to the organization’s finances....
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A DIFFERENT VIEW OF THE PANDEMIC It is no accident that the Covid-19 pandemic is coinciding with global unrest. The pandemic has exposed how deeply-entrenched social, political and economic inequities have literally and metaphorically infected the world. Resolving these inequities will determine how all of us will thrive in a post-Covid world. Changing how the...
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Enterprise Women’s Mentoring Program is excited to host its first fully-virtual program held from October 2020 to June 2021! WHAT YOU’LL GIVE: Your time – One hour, twice a month. Thursdays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. WHAT YOU’LL GET: The chance to help girls in Baltimore build self-esteem, make healthy choices, and achieve personal and...
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By Karin Wulf SMITHSONIANMAG.COM SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 The traditional narrative of American voting rights and of American women’s history, taught in schools for generations, emphasizes the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920 as the pinnacle of achievement for suffragists. A look at the headlines from last month’s centennial commemorations largely confirms women’s suffrage as a...
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By: YESIM SAYIN TAYLOR & EMILIA CALMA A recent working paper released by the Washington Center for Equitable Growth (WCEG) —and covered by the Washington Post on July 2—found that Black and Hispanic homeowners pay a higher effective tax on their homes when compared to what white homeowners pay on comparable homes, because Black- and Hispanic-owned homes are assessed...
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By  Josh Wood and  Tim Craig LOUISVILLE — Five months after Breonna Taylor’s death, Kentucky’s largest city has become the epicenter of the national movement for racial justice, weathering more than 80 days of protests as activists pour into the streets calling for charges against the police officers involved in her fatal shooting. Backed by...
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