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The Wednesday Five: TED Talks by 5 Inspiring Women

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five, we share five of the most inspiring TED Talks by women — invested in creating a better world — from the new crop of 2016 innovative leaders who took to the stage at TED's annual gathering in Vancouver this February.
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Wednesday 5: The Best of the Internet This Week

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: A new "Vogue India" initiative sets out to encourage Indian women to take control of their bodies; "The SEAMS" unveils its new podcast on the meeting of fashion and culture in Thailand, New York, and Mexico; the women on Instagram worth following; Dame Stephanie Shirley's brilliant TED Talk; the movies all foodies must see.
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The Wednesday 5: In Our Own Skin

By Women's Voices For Change
Meaghan Ramsey shares "Why Thinking You're Ugly Is Bad for You" in her TED Talk; a video project asks us to reflect on when we last felt comfortable in our own skin; The SEAMS moves on to the world of podcasts; the uplifting history (all puns intended) of the bra; a beautiful story of a photographer’s promise to an Indian girl.
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Wednesday 5: Pantene, Facebook, TED Talks, and More

By Women's Voices For Change
Pantene's new ad campaign wants women to stop saying "I'm sorry" so much; Facebook no longer conflates breastfeeding women with pornography; Diane von Furstenberg curates her five favorite TED Talks; Elizabeth Gilbert talks about her latest protagonist; and five ways in which the Internet is a powerful tool to combat gender inequality.
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Thursday Briefs: Jill Nelson’s “Rosa Parks Moment”; Job Hunting at Midlife; Ruth Scher Plays with TED

By Womens Voices for Change
“My Rosa Parks Moment” Jill Nelson, 56, had thought herself incapable of being swept away by fuss like inaugural balls.  She’s written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Essence, as well as two memoirs.  Volunteer Slavery: My Authentic Negro Experience, about her experience writing for the Washington Post, and Straight, No Chaser: How I Became A Grown-Up…
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