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When Starbucks butchered Su'a Cravens' name, the Washington rookie got creative

Su’a Cravens (AP) Even if your name is something relatively common, like Jason or Charlotte, chances are high that at some point, your neighborhood Starbucks barista has misspelled your name on your cup. But for those of us with unique names, the struggle is real. Show More Summary

This November, Beware of Florida's Efforts to Suppress Your Vote

Cartoon credit: DonkeyHotey via Flickr Creative Commons. By Thomas Kennedy Back in 2000, George W. Bush won Florida by a mere 537 votes, propelling him to victory over Al Gore and effectively making him the 43rd president of the United States. Show More Summary

Deloitte Says Sustainability Reporting Add Up to Real Numbers

Creative Commons Kristen Sullivan leads Deloitte & Touche LLP and Deloitte, Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s (DTTL) Sustainability Reporting, Assurance and Compliance services, and serves as the DTTL Americas Region Sustainability Services Leader. Show More Summary

How to Tell a Story with Portraits by Using Creative Composition

In this article, we will explore new ways of using composition and creative framing to tell a story in your portraits. We’ll do so by understanding the marvellous ways our brain (as viewers) construct a sense of story. The common principle...Show More Summary

#CripTheVote Shows the Need to Make Voting More Accessible for People With Disabilities

Alan Montecillo Voting by mail can be a good option for some people with disabilities, since you can do it at your own pace, in your own home. Photo by Holly Hayes (Creative Commons). Robin Tovey lives in Portland, Oregon, and she’s voted in every election since the 1990s. Show More Summary

How the "Stereotype Effect" Hurts Women Athletes

Julie Sedivy Soccer star Hope Solo is one of the US Women's National Team members pushing for pay comparable to the men's soccer team. Photo by Larissa Leite (Creative Commons).   We’ve come a long way, baby, since 1896, when zero women competed at the first modern Olympics. Show More Summary

Shareholder Engagements 2016 -- What to Expect

Creative Commons Paula Loop is the leader for PwC's Governance Insights Center, which aims to strengthen investor confidence and provide resources for directors and investors addressing new and traditional challenges. Loop has more than 20 years of experience at PwC, she brings extensive knowledge in governance, technical accounting and SEC and [...]

The Poem 'O Madonna' And The Painting 'Madonna And Lourdes' To Celebrate Madonna's 58th Birthday

Creative Commons via Wikimedia Commons, Madonna and Lourdes, acrylic 18 x 24, 2012, Peter Reynosa Madonna turns 58 this August 16, 2016. And to celebrate this event I put up a mother and daughter painting I did of her and her daughter Lourdes Leon in 2012 called Madonna and Lourdes. Show More Summary

Photo: Hadar reconstruction from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is a science-focused high school. They have put on Flickr a large series of Creative Commons (CC-BY-SA-NC) licensed photos of their cast collection, including skulls of many hominins. Show More Summary

This Gorgeous Photo-Sharing Website Is Everything Copyright ISN'T

Unsplash is a platform that lets photographers publish their pictures licensed under Creative Commons Zero.

This Is Why I Write: Almost All Stories About Trans Women Are Written By Cisgender Authors

Ana Valens Always, always keep writing. Photo by Barry Silver (Creative Commons). Being a writer isn’t easy. When you write personal essays, you live your life naked — everything is poured out onto the page. Your biggest dreams, your deepest fears; the best parts of your personality, and the darkest corners of it. Show More Summary

Middle School Students Push for a Gender-Neutral Dress Code—And Win

Sarah Mirk School dress codes often ban specific articles of clothing and require teachers to make subjective judgment calls about whether students' attire is "distracting." Photo by Sarah Mirk (Creative Commons).  hen she was in seventh grade, Sophia Carlson and her friends noticed an annoying pattern at Irvington School in Portland, Oregon. Show More Summary

Raf Simons Has Finally Been Announced as the Head of Calvin Klein

After months (and months) of speculation, it’s finally been announced that Raf Simons is the new Chief Creative Officer of Calvin Klein. The news has been common knowledge in industry circles for months, but it’s taken a lifetime to emerge due to the non-compete clause in Raf’s old contract at Christian Dior. Simons exited Dior last October after […]

Review: 'Jason Bourne' Returns Without Creativity, Excitement or Cool

At least Matt Damon is back, right? That may be a common sentiment from anyone who followed along with the Bourne franchise. The first trilogy of films – The Bourne Identity, Supremacy, and Ultimatum – make up an impressively intense series of espionage thrillers with Damon's eponymous character riding high in the lead seat. Show More Summary

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

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