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Friday Nite Videos | December 17, 2021

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Sen. Raphael Warnock: Bipartisanship at Whose Expense? The Children Will Rise Up! | Nandi & Roman, With Tom Morello. A Universal Flu Vaccine Is Closer Than You Think. Red Rocket | Movie. Fighting Algorithmic Bias | Joy Buolamwini.

Friday Nite Videos | July 2, 2021

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Health Care Sharing Ministries. Summer of Soul | Official Trailer. How Trump Supporters Took the U.S. Capitol. ExxonMobil’s Lobbying War on Climate Change Legislation. How Sperm Got All the Credit in the Fertilization Story.

Friday Nite Videos | August 23, 2019

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Harrison Ford | Extinction Rebellion. Suckers | Randy Rainbow Song Parody. Bias In Medicine | John Oliver. ICE Shuts Down Hotline for Detained Immigrants After Netflix Episode. What the US Gets Wrong About Minimum Wage.

Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science

Alison Coil Wired
While sexual harassment is certainly an issue, we need to look deeper at gender bias. Women who do make it to the upper ranks have often been told that they were only given that job or that award because they are women, implying that the field is admitting less-deserving women simply to increase their numbers. In fact, these studies show that many of the women in science must be more capable than the men, to even have advanced in the field. And who wants to admit that?

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Face It: We are All Sickened by Inequality at Work

Sharan Burrow Hazards Magazine
Job insecurity or job discrimination based on class, gender or race, is bad for your health. It is a perversity of work that the language of ‘risks and rewards’ is used to justify soaring boardroom pay packets and the growing income inequality at work. But the workers most frequently compelled to take genuine risks – to life, to limb, to health – are those who receive the lowest financial rewards.

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Paid Family Leave and Child Care Could Erase Motherhood Wage Penalty

Gaby Galvin U.S. New & World Report
The wage gap between men and women in the U.S. shrunk drastically in the 1980s and early 1990s, as women joined the workforce in increasing numbers and earned degrees at higher rates, but the gap has remained relatively stagnant since the mid- to late 1990s. There's one major detriment to financial equality that women can't seem to shake: motherhood.
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