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A Great Piece On Cherien Dabis and Arab-American Representation

Writer/Director/Actor Cherien Dabis (Amreeka, May In The Summer) is one of only a handful of voices that tell stories of the Arab/Arab-American experience in a way unforeseen. 54 more words

Culture

Angelina Jolie's quest to be taken seriously

Despite the Oscar shade, a Golden Globe snub, and the “minimally talented spoiled brat” insult, Angelina Jolie’s war drama “Unbroken” (which she directed) continues to garner critical praise. 608 more words

Feminism

Women in Finance Are a Small Pool...Across the Pond

Last weekend, the Financial Times featured an article about women in the “City” (the name for London’s analogue to New York’s Wall Street, which was historically a square mile of London dominated by financial institutions).   450 more words

Where Are The Female Directors?

What do these films have in common?
Big, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Waynes World, Sleepless in Seattle, American Psycho, Little Miss Sunshine, Boys Don’t Cry, The Notorious Bettie Page, Jumpin Jack Flash and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. 788 more words

Film

23 on the "Zero List"

Catalyst is a non-profit organization I’ve written about before.  Every year they publish a lot of interesting research regarding women and leadership but I only heard about their aptly named  179 more words

The 23 Fortune 500 companies with all-male boards

It’s 2015, and nearly 5% of Fortune 500 companies are still run by all-male boards of directors.

That’s the finding of a recent Fortune analysis in collaboration with S&P Capital IQ on the gender composition of Fortune 500 boards. 323 more words

Leadership

Number of Female Directors in Hollywood Has Gone Down

In sad news that likely surprises no one, the number of female directors in Hollywood has gone down in the past 17 years, according to a report in… 178 more words

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