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Mythbusters: Breaking Stereotypes in Work, Gender and Race

When: Tuesday, December 9 at 7:00pm
Where: Town Hall Seattle, 1119 8th Ave
Cost: $10; buy tickets here

For women, trailblazing in the workplace often involves facing racial and gender stereotypes in office culture, opportunities, roles, and advancement. 45 more words

Women's Funding Alliance

Do You Support Black Businesses? Here's 4 Tips To Make Sure You're Doing Your Part

There are many portals in both print and digital formats which assist with the promotion and support of Black businesses. Prior to the boom of the internet, many cities relied on “Black Pages” in print format to promote and advertise all Black businesses in that particular area. 543 more words

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Happily Ever After...?

The issue of gender equality in the workplace is a biggie, and one that I was waiting to tackle for now.  But I just had to share this recent article from… 247 more words

Feminism

Does Your Main Job Need To Know About Your Side Hustle?

Having a full time job while moonlighting with part-time work is not totally uncommon. Many employees have to take on extra work to supplement low salaries being offered by employers these days and/or to rebound from years of being unemployed during the recession. 438 more words

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Insight _ "Likkke oh my god?!" Your inner Valley Girl may be holding you back.

In a new study in PLOS, women with vocal fry (a sound akin to that all too familiar cute girl voice and elonnngattted sennteennceeess) are perceived as less competent and less intelligent than her peers. 201 more words

News & Op-Ed

Are you ready to play in The Purple Sandbox?

“We’re all in this world together.”

Billy Jean King shared this thought as she was honored at today’s Women’s Forum lunch in New York City.  I was looking for a great line to kick off The Purple Sandbox and her words are the perfect inspirational opening. 593 more words

Billie Jean King

In the world’s most female-friendly workplaces, executive suites are still dominated by men

A new article from The Economist investigates why in Norway, where workplaces are some of the most “female-friendly” in the world (is female-friendly even a thing? 284 more words

Businesswomen