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Women's Entrepreneurship Day Convenes at United Nations

Women's Entrepreneurship Day Convenes at United Nations

Nov 16
The Annual International Women's Entrepreneurship Day [WED] convenes at the United Nations in New York City on Friday, November 17, 2017 to empower women and girls globally to help alleviate poverty.

Join the Take Back the Workplace March on November 12th

Join the Take Back the Workplace March on November 12th

Nov 11
On Sunday, November 12 at 1 p.m. PST at the corner of Hollywood & Highland in Los Angeles, be part of the Take Back The Workplace March against sexual predators.

Weinstein's Impact: List Of Men Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Weinstein's Impact: List Of Men Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Nov 11
Since The New York Times published allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein in October, multiple men in Hollywood and media have faced allegations ranging from sexual misconduct to rape.

Women Top Men in Entrepreneurship, Says Girls With Impact Report

Women Top Men in Entrepreneurship, Says Girls With Impact Report

Nov 9
Findings reveal that, despite representing just 18% of college participants, women make up the majority of winners in entrepreneurship competitions.

Four Ways Women Can Assure a Work-Life Balance

Four Ways Women Can Assure a Work-Life Balance

Nov 7
Almost 70 percent of mothers with kids under 18 are in the workforce. Here are some tips to balance home, family, and career.

Nearly Half of All LGBT Employees Feel Bullied at Work

Nearly Half of All LGBT Employees Feel Bullied at Work

By Colton Wooten | Oct 29
A survey of bullying in workplace environments found that 40 percent of full time LGBT employees in the United States reported feeling bullied some point - 11 percent higher than the national averages.

Court Extends Some Protections to Missouri LGBT Workers

Court Extends Some Protections to Missouri LGBT Workers

By Margaret Stafford | Oct 26
People who believe they have been discriminated against at work because they do not conform to stereotypes of how men and women should act can file sexual discrimination lawsuits if they are harassed about it, a Missouri Court of Appeals panel ruled.

 Kelly on O'Reilly: Abuse, Shaming of Women Has to Stop

Kelly on O'Reilly: Abuse, Shaming of Women Has to Stop

Oct 23
Former Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly says she complained to her bosses about Bill O'Reilly's behavior, and that the abuse and shaming of women has to stop.

TomboyX's Fran Dunaway Inducted into Competitive EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program

TomboyX's Fran Dunaway Inducted into Competitive EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program

Oct 23
Fran Dunaway, CEO/Co-Founder of TomboyX, has been chosen as one of 13 entrepreneurs admitted into the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ 2017 North America class.

On the LGBT Network's 16th Annual National Coming Out Day, Be One of Thousands Who #WearTheRibbon

On the LGBT Network's 16th Annual National Coming Out Day, Be One of Thousands Who #WearTheRibbon

Oct 11
On Wednesday, October 11, join more than 100,000 business leaders, teachers and students, parents and families, faith leaders, elected officials, for the LGBT Network's 16th annual National Coming Out Day Awareness Campaign.

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