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Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Fade to Black in Summer

By Women's Voices For Change
Black in the summer is mostly thought of as a fashion don't. The reason, of course, has nothing to do with fashion but with science—dark colors hold heat because they absorb light. But science shouldn't keep you from wearing black altogether. The key is to wear black in breathable and light fabrics that keep you cool instead of increase your body temperature.
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Family & Friends · Lifestyle

What I’m Thankful for: My Beautiful Black Dad

By Olga Statz
I am staggered by my good fortune. God saw fit to give me my very own Hero. My hero doesn’t wear a cape, and he doesn’t fly, but that is his strength—he is there, always there when and where you need him, and is never flitting about. He eschews the flapping piece of fabric in favor of well-cut suits. Kryptonite…
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Books · Film & Television · Health

News Mix: “Gotta Dance” and “Young at Heart,” Exceptional Seniors or the New Normal?; Summer Blockbusters Leave out Women, Plus How to Support Women’s Films; Persephone Books Keeps Turning Pages on Women’s Writing; and More

By Womens Voices for Change
Instead of Breaking Hips, They’re Breaking Into Hip-Hop: "Gotta Dance," a documentary about a group of senior women who audition for a hip-hop dance troupe organized by the New Jersey Nets basketball team, premiered recently during the Tribeca Film Festival. "The hip-hopping seniors, who have become fan favorites, were in the audience, screening the movie about their beginnings for the…
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News

The Wednesday Five

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five: Nearly half of the proposed new voting class for the Oscar's are women; DOVE's new ad campaign features women defining beauty and success for themselves; three girlfriends celebrate 100 years of friendship; Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black' interrogates compassion; and Ida Applebroog on her artistic reinvention at 86!
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News

The Wednesday Five

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five: women are writing the best crime novels now more than ever; Charna Helpern is the hidden architect of modern comedy; an inspiring story of how one family's heirloom wedding dress has been worn by 11 brides over 120 years; the Women's Prison Association is turning the women of 'Orange Is the New Black' into prison activists; and Mary Norris is 'The New Yorker's' comma queen.
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