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Black women are heroes in Rio. But they’re not just fighting to win gold.

In Joy-Ann Reid’s  analysis in the Washington Post of the achievement of the American black women Olympic athletes, she states that “the measure of their reception is a measure of the uneven progress of black women in terms of the full…

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Shapeshifters: Black Girls & the Choreography of Citizenship with Aimee Cox, Thursday, March 10, 2016

Aimee Cox Shapeshifters: Black Girls & the Choreography of Citizenship Thursday, March 10, 2016 John Cotton Dana Library, 4th Floor 6:00-8:00PM Aimee Cox’s first book, “Shapeshifters: Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship,” explores how young Black women in a…

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Women in Technical Jobs: Discrimination and Harassment

A woman engineer tells how it was in the ’70s. And the harassment continues. As below: In 1980, I may have been the first women in the U.S. to take charge of building a skyscraper for an owner. And it was…

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