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Sharing Economy: Disrupting Life As We Know It
The sharing economy has changed the way we consume goods and services. With $2.8 billion invested in food tech startups last year, there's no sign of
Meet the Mipsterz
A group of young women is trying to prove that it’s possible to be hip and stylish, while still covering up. Can they break the stereotype of the hijab as a symbol of oppression?
One Artist’s Mission To Photograph Every Native American Tribe In The U.S.
Matika Wilbur is interviewing and photographing members of each federally recognized tribe in an effort to break down stereotypes.
Maria Shriver Found the Most Sympathetic Poor Woman in America
Monday night, the Maria Shriver–produced documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert will premiere on HBO. (It will also be...
From Afghanistan to Syria: Women’s Rights, War Propaganda and the CIA
In the 1980s, Kabul was “a cosmopolitan city. Artists and hippies flocked to the capital. Women studied agriculture, engineering and business at the city’s university. Afghan women held government jobs.” There were female members of parliament, and women drove cars, and travelled and went on dates, without needing to ask a male guardian for permission.