When it comes to economic inequality, and the cycle of poverty, I have been researching at my internship (New Haven Reads) how the lack of proper education contributes to the cycle of poverty. Specifically, the lack of suitable education, or education at all, provided for women creates a cycle of illiteracy, which results in the …
If the new president and his minions succeed in repealing Obamacare to replace it with…uh…we’ll they’ll have to get back to us on that, but: If they take away contraceptive coverage, they’re going to be angering more than a few of their constituents. From Kaiser Family Foundation: For the first time, the ACA set federal preventive …
TrollBusters has some answers. If that’s as impossible to read on your screen as it is on mine, go here.
Although data is hard to come by, a new Institute for Women’s Policy Research study says that women are far less likely than men to file for patents. Here’s more on the first U.S. woman to earn a patent, Mary Kies.
You do. I wrote this for CT Health Investigative team.
I wrote this for Mother Courant. It has Isabella in it.
Leftover sends this, a cool interactive chart from Economic Policy Institute. Come to find out, I’m underpaid.
“Trump has not offered true repentance.” Bless you, my sisters. And thanks, Cynical, for sending this.
Despite the recent good economic news — for some, anyway — women will not achieve pay equity for another 136 years. So that means that if I eat my greens, exercise daily, and keep up with my prayers, I will STILL BE DEAD BEFORE THIS HAPPENS GODDAMMIT.