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Success and Shareholders -- Why Companies Should Engage

Creative Commons Andrew Behar is the CEO of As You Sow, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing environmental and social corporate accountability. The Climate, Environmental Health, Waste, and Human Rights programs create industry-wide...Show More Summary

Why Comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler Is an Embarrassing Act of Ignorance and Also Political Irresponsiblility

Creative Commons via Wikimedia Commons, Donald Trump in 2015, by Gage Skidmore Several times this year Donald Trump has been compared to Adolf Hitler by some people in America, mainly by his political adversaries who disagree with him passionately. Show More Summary

What’s the Republican Recruitment Strategy? Racism, Plain and Simple

Election 2016, Donald Trump Tasha Fierce The RNC's political circus in full Trump fervor this week. Photo by ABC/Ida Maw Astute (Creative Commons) This week’s Republican National Convention has exposed a party in disarray. Republicans...Show More Summary

It’s All In Your Head: The Dangers of Disbelieving Female Pain

Caroline Reilly Photo by Daniele Oberti (Creative Commons) We explored this topic—in part—because a Bitch reader asked us to look into it. Got a question about feminism and pop culture that you want answered, too? Tell us!    As I was...Show More Summary

Common Pitfalls and Considerations When Evaluating Experiences

With the ever-increasing popularity of focus on the Customer Experience, we are seeing a rise in the number of companies who are incorporating some form of experience evaluation for their concepts and prototypes during their creative...Show More Summary

Who Did a Fox News Exec Turn to for Advice on Sexual Harassment Case? Donald Trump.

Election 2016, Donald Trump Sarah Mirk Photo via Creative Commons. This week, the Republican National Committee officially selected Donald Trump as their presidential candidate. But, according to sources, Trump has also been holdingShow More Summary

Authenticity & Alter Egos: Compatible or Conflict?

The real you. The authentic you. We are commonly told to be authentic in business today. Especially for those who are entrepreneurial, small business owners and creative warriors, we are told that being authentic is the only real way to create trusting and lasting relationships. Show More Summary

Beyond Incarceration: What Could Accountability Look Like in Police Killings?

police, Black Lives Matter Victoria Law A 2015 protest calling attention to the murder of Freddie Gray. Photo by Stephen Melkisethian (Creative Commons). This week, Aiyana Stanley-Jones would have turned 14 years old. Her family would...Show More Summary

Future Shock Syndrome and Cyber Attacks--Don't Let Data Snowblind

Photo Credit: Creative Commons Carole Switzer is the Co-Founder and President of the Open Compliance & Ethics Group (OCEG), a global nonprofit think tank and online community of more than 50,000 individuals in more than 70 countries. OCEG provides standards, guidelines and online resources to help organizations achieve Principled Performance. She [...]

How the new Ghostbusters movie almost possibly delayed Rock Band 4

Most every video game goes through some degree of turmoil en route to becoming a finished product. Creative changes, financial woes, conflict with the publisher -- these are all examples of common issues that might cause strain on the development cycle. Show More Summary

In Queer Clubs, Seeking Sanctuary from Violence

Pulse Shooting rhienna renée guedry Rainbow flags commemorating the victims of the Orlando Pulse shooting. Photo by Maia Weinstock (Creative Commons). This is one of three personal essays Bitch Media is publishing this week to reflect on the month since the Orlando Pulse shooting. I spent 14 years living in Central Florida. Show More Summary

San Francisco writing center for kids provides safe, creative space for pint-sized authors

San Francisco is commonly thought of as a hub for young writers, thinkers, tinkerers and creatives.  But not all neighborhoods in the city are quite as modern or shiny as the sparkling campuses of the renowned corporations based in Silicon Valley. SEE ALSO: This D.C. Show More Summary

How Do We Move Forward From Orlando? By Supporting Our LGBTQ Familia

Pulse Shooting Roberta Nin Feliz A vigil in Orlando commemorating the Pulse shooting. Photo by George Malioras (Creative Commons). This is one of three personal essays Bitch Media is publishing today to reflect on the one-month anniversary...Show More Summary

A Clockwork Trauma

Pulse Shooting Myles Johnson A vigil for Orlando in Washington, D.C. this June. Photo by Victoria Pickering (Creative Commons) This is one of three personal essays Bitch Media is publishing today to reflect on the one-month anniversary of the Orlando Pulse shooting. Show More Summary

Are You Saying These Things in Your Interviews?

Preparing for interview questions can be challenging. The list of common questions is long, and the creative questions can be real stumpers. No matter what questions the interviewer throws your way, understand that there are there are certain things every employer wants to hear from a job candidate. Show More Summary

If We Must Wear Ourselves Out, Let it Be Because We Build

Black Lives Matter, police Eisa Ulen A Black Lives Matter rally in Indianapolis this weekend. Photo by Darryl Smith (Creative Commons). We are a family. We are a family whose oldest forebears came together in a partnership not formed by great love or mutual desire or uniquely felt companionship or even arrangement. Show More Summary

Valuing Black Lives

Photo credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Alosh Bennett Once again, the nation is watching in horror and heartbreak as more Black men die in our streets -- we are dying at the hands of those who have sworn to protect and serve our communities...Show More Summary

“We Can Live in a World Where Police Don’t Kill People”

police, Black Lives Matter Sarah Mirk A Black Lives Matter protest in 2015. Photo by Joe Brusky (Creative Commons). This week, a cell phone video taken by a bystander captured disturbing footage of two white Baton Rouge police officers pinning Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old Black man, to the ground and fatally shooting him. Show More Summary

Body Cameras Won't Keep Folks Safe: Police Officers Killed Alton Sterling

Black Lives Matter, police Sarah Mirk A Black Lives Matter protest in 2014. Photo via Creative Commons. This week, the United States saw its 558th fatal police shooting of 2016. It was bystander’s cellphone video captured the killing...Show More Summary

Breaking Out of the Brexit Binary

Felicia L. Montalvo Photo by Alex (Creative Commons) After the shocking results of last month’s referendum, New Yorker writer Andy Borowitz announced, “T he British have officially lost the right to say Americans are dumber.” It wasShow More Summary

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