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We Need to Talk About How We Write About Women Musicians

“Why do we allow 7,000 truck-song singing men, but limit ourselves to only one or two ‘outlaw’ women?” This Nashville-based music mag wants to ditch the modifiers and change the conversation about women in music.

Writing

A Visit With a Japanese Family in 1964 Part 3: The Modern Family

It’s the 1960s! The Japanese economy is booming! This was the time of The Three Sacred Treasures of Post-War Japan, when every family had to have a television, a refrigerator and a washing machine. 364 more words

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Are women the indicator of safety?

Terry Slavin, The Guardian, Cities feature section.

“If there aren’t as many women cycling as men … you need better infrastructure”

Publication date: 2015
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Highways

A Visit With a Japanese Family in 1964 Part 2: The Not-So-Typical Japanese Home

This is part 2 about an article written in “Tokyo Olympics Official Souvenir 1964”, a book designed to make sense of Japan to visiting foreigners during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. 549 more words

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A Visit With a Japanese Family in 1964 Part 1: East meets West, but Don't Worry - They're Westernized!

Organizers of the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964 were worried about how they were going to accommodate all of the expected 30,000 visitors during the peak. 538 more words

Tokyo 1964

Here Goes

It’s been awhile but here is a “straight from my heart and unedited” post regarding last week’s episode of Survivor: Game Changers.

In case you are not familiar with this- 1,503 more words

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