Women's History Month is a perfect time to celebrate the capacity for upward mobility women have gained in the workforce -- especially when it comes to labor unions. Today, women constitute the greatest portion of the labor force working inside and outside of the home. Show More Summary
Women's History Month is a perfect time to celebrate the capacity for upward mobility women have gained in the workforce--especially when it comes to labor unions. Today, women constitute the greatest portion of the labor force working inside and outside of the home. Show More Summary
During Women's History Month we stand on the shoulders of our mothers and foremothers, in partnership with our sisters, in service to our daughters and future generations with solidarity and intersectionality. We pledge this month, as...Show More Summary
Last night on The Colbert Report, host and self-professed feminist Stephen Colbert recognized — in honor of Women's History Month —"that society has intrinsically linked a woman's value to her outward appearance and thereby undermining...Show More Summary
Larry Kudlow, who has been a part of CNBC for its 25-year history, is scaling back at the network. His 7pm show “The Kudlow Report” will end its run at the end of the month, TVNewser has learned. Kudlow will stay on as a senior contributor to CNBC’s Business Day programs. “The Kudlow Report” has been on CNBC since January, 2009. Show More Summary
Well, beloved Black History Month has taken on a deeper meaning for me this year. I have learned of some noteworthy, and yet unknown Black folk in my family tree,Which I began tending back in 2006 but its growth was stunted because I could not get past my great grandma Alice on my mother's side of the family. Read more...
March is Women's History Month, and tomorrow is International Women's Day, but apparently law firms have not gotten the memo. Many take this time to celebrate the achievements of women, and while we share those sentiments, we have some news that may cast us as a Debbie Downer. National Association......
Happy Friday! Welcome to Drink Like A Famous Person, where we let you bring out your fabulous side in the name of some well-earned R&R. Eschew your regular habits this weekend by drinking like... Tina Fey! It's Women's History Month! Time to reflect on the myriad contributions made by the fairer sex to our grand society. Show More Summary
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As we begin Women's History Month, and celebrate International Women's Day (Saturday, March 8), I've been reflecting on the lessons today's women office-holders, and those who aspire to political office, can learn from those who've already...Show More Summary
“Hill & Dale” the new (and only) vinyl record store in Georgetown has been described as “clean and airy” sort of like the art gallery space it renovated in February, where all new records are put on display alongside photography and posters. In honor of Women’s History month we asked the shop’s owner, former pharmaceutical […]
March marks Women's History Month -- a time for celebrating women's historic gains and achievements. But, equally important, especially in this sluggish economic recovery, is amplifying the contemporary economic challenges women continue...Show More Summary
ByTom Shaughnessy: History: The summer months offered not only exceptional beach days, but also a wave of news and confusion surrounding BlackBerry (BBRY). After initially following the company and writing several articles, I came to a sum of parts price tag of $14.51 on the company's shares in one such article. Show More Summary
She’s been to 1600 Penn (twice) and photographed a running list of luminaries (Duke Ellington, Angela Davis and Eric Holder), but Maryland-based photographer Eunique Jones Gibson never thought the Black History month campaign she started from her kitchen would be this huge. Show More Summary
After much speculation and the worst Black History Month ever, Lil Boosie Bad Azz is finally free. WAFB News in Baton Rouge, LA reports that Torrence Hatch, aka Lil Boosie was released from the Louisiana State Prison at Angola at 7:10 p.m. EST. He was transferred from Angola to a sheriff’s department facility, where his family was waiting for him.
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March 8 is International Women's Day around the world. The United Nation's theme is "Equality for Women is Progress for All." It reflects the fact that specifically supporting women in emerging countries to become self-sufficient through...Show More Summary
A few months ago I was asked to develop a class around a group of stained glass windows at the J. Paul Getty Museum from the Canterbury Cathedral. (They're now at The Cloisters in NYC and totally worth seeing before they head home). I was stumped. Show More Summary
Last month a history professor sent me a note regarding plagiarism at Arizona State University: Matthew Whitaker, who had received an expedited promotion to full professor and was made Director of a new Center for the Study of Race and...Show More Summary
Last year, Nicholas Krus and I published a chapter, "World Hyperinflations", in the Routledge Handbook of Major Events in Economic History. We documented 56 hyperinflations -- cases in which monthly inflation rates exceeded 50 percent per month. Show More Summary