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The Wednesday 5: Lists (not Binders) Full of Women

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: women who did not "make it" until they were 40; seven women who could run for president; Fadumo Dayib, who could be Somalia’s first female presidential candidate; how women can take charge of their retirement; and a beautiful ode to our women astronomers.
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The Wednesday 5: The Week’s Must-Reads

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: Girls in Afghanistan are not allowed to ride bicycles—but a growing organization teaches them how to skateboard; artist Faith Ringgold creates an app for the aging mind and eye; a new book on Rose Herera, formerly enslaved, and her fight to get back her children; the tech company Axosoft is brilliantly reimagining the ladies' room symbol; and TV's best British women police officers.
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The Wednesday 5: Women in the News

By Women's Voices For Change
Meryl Streep fully funds a screenwriters' lab for women writers over 40; more stars are making Hollywood a better place for women; a returning soldier surprises his son in the best use of a photobomb we've seen; a new company aims to make breast cancer gene testing less cumbersome and more affordable for women; and a list of 10 groundbreaking women of science we all need to know about.
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The Wednesday 5: Groundbreaking Women

By Women's Voices For Change
"On Being," with Krista Tippett; Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for president; 84-Year-Old Sylvia Weiner, first woman to run the Boston Marathon; another 84-year-old groundbreaker, Toni Morrison, publishes her 11th novel, "God Help the Child," and Tina Packer's new book traces how Shakespeare’s women evolved from simple caricatures to complicated and complex characters.
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The Wednesday 5: The Best of the Internet This Week

By Women's Voices For Change
Inside America's subscription-box obsession, a new book, "Frida Kahlo: The Gisèle Freund Photograph," gives us a glimpse on the artist's inner world; a village in India plants 111 trees each time a girl is born; a new VIDA study finds that male writers continue to dominate literary criticism; 'Love Has No Labels' will remind you why we love.
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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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Wednesday 5: The Week’s Best in Women’s News

By Women's Voices For Change
Real questions for real women on the Awards' red carpet; children's books that celebrate Black History; a photographer and mother uses her photography to find the funny in parenting; and celebrating Women of the Civil Rights Movement at the White House.
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Wednesday 5: Women of Integrity

By Women's Voices For Change
This week: appalling laws against women in 44 countries; Glamour magazine profiles 16 women who are changing the world for the better; recognizing the legacy of women during Black History Month; groundbreaking women in aviation and space; and a study reports that the percentage of women coaching college women's teams is on a steep decline.
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Wednesday 5: The Best of Internet this Week

By Women's Voices For Change
A look at the "perfect" (quotation marks intentional) woman's body over the past 100 years; The Onion.com posits, in a parody, the dismay of increasing number of men pressured to accept realistic standards of female beauty; and a video explores what happens when men realize they are harassing their own mothers on the street; a mom explores why "good moms" get hated on.
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