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«Lydia is dead. But they don’t know this yet. »

These are the opening lines of Everything I Never Told You, by Celeste Ng. 740 more words

Online Book Club

Meritocracy through Affirmative Action and Its Flaws

Meritocracy—Personal progress as a product of individual intellect and hard work rather than family lineage, money, race, religion, etc. For a long time, the people who had the opportunity to succeed the most in the United States were rich, Caucasian males, who usually acquired it through family lineage, money, and the advantage of being born white and male. 789 more words

Friday (M)13th

Francis Originals.

Sing me a song of revolution… Congo Natty and others – Revolution!!!!!!!!!!!! 67 more words


Ellen Pao on Meritocracy

Lately we have been thinking about the discrepancy we see between younger women starting their careers, and women with several more years of work experience under their belts. 673 more words

Working Women

Ellen Pao on Gender Bias in Tech: It's Improving ... Slowly

Ellen Pao believed in the system until she couldn’t anymore. And as hard as it was to ignore bias in law firms, switching to tech dropped her into a cold new world of gender discrimination. 979 more words


7 day writing challenge - day 2 - snippet of newest article

writing an article that sheds light on recent events.

title: the enemy of meritocracy through chance, is diversity by choice

by frank follie


women shouldn’t be allowed to vote. 222 more words