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In the Wake of a Blue Wave, Can Women’s March L.A. Keep Up Its Momentum?

The annual demonstration returns to Downtown L.A. with a fresh mission this January

In Boyle Heights, Young Women Are Learning to Be Leaders

ENTITY empowers with career and life skills that make a difference
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There Are a Lot of Lessons to Be Learned From the Life of the Notorious RBG

A new L.A. exhibit dives deep into the life and times of ”queen supreme” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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How Millennial Congress Member Katie Hill Is Changing the Game

Part of a next gen of legislators, the California rep is taking transparency to new levels
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A Day in the Life of a Woman Who’s Been Waiting Tables at Denny’s for 42 Years

For four decades, Anne Marie Wozniak has been keeping coffee mugs full
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Rotten Tomatoes Is Limiting Comments Because Trolls Really Hate Women That Much

They couldn’t say anything nice, so now nobody gets to say anything at all
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How the Time’s Up Movement Reclaimed the World’s Most Prestigious Film Festival

Cannes was once a “hunting ground” for sexual predators—that’s changing

What We Can We Learn From Issa Rae and Chelsea Handler

Two dynamos sat down to share the secrets of their success
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The New Beverly Is Celebrating Female-Directed Films in May (and Hopefully, You Know, Forever)

The program shows the diversity of women-made films, from the 1920s to today