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Women Should Unite to Break Glass Ceiling

By Julissa Richards ‘20

Here’s a challenge: name at least three Fortune 500 companies who have female CEOs. Many people probably can’t even name one, since less than five percent of CEOs are women. 1,097 more words

Editorial

Feminist legal theory: can the law fix inequalities?

Should law be used as a tool to fix social inequalities? In order to try to figure out if the measures that have been historically advanced and sustained by activists of discriminated and minority social groups are right and/or actually effective and needed, we’ll be taking into consideration the feminist movement, which aim towards all its different stages and waves is to achieve equality between men and women- as the case study. 884 more words

Politics

Failure breeds Success

“Certain Democrats in Chicago say it’s the best thing that ever happened to him, not winning that race — that he couldn’t have been positioned to run for the U.S. 299 more words

I miss...

I miss this feeling. A sharp point through my heart,

a feeling of ink bleeding onto paper. Without it, I’m

but a pauper, a little woman; even as I write he… 65 more words

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Striking at the glass ceiling: a tale of seven judges (and a lawyer) by Ubongabasi Obot

Memories came racing back for Ubongabasi Obot during a recent book launch at the ISS. The book’s theme? Breaking through the glass ceiling as an African woman. 1,289 more words

Shattering the Glass Ceiling

The Glass Ceiling – we have all heard of the expression, but what exactly is it?  It is the invisible barrier that prevents women from rising to the highest ranks at their workplace, regardless of their qualifications or achievements.  306 more words