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Study Links Breast Cancer Rates with Neighborhood Factors

Kristen Thometz WTTW
An increase in overall neighborhood socioeconomic status should result in better health for residents, not worse health. But because these neighborhoods were still low-income, they didn’t have as many resources such as health care facilities and access to mammography and follow-up care.

Friday Nite Videos | May 11, 2018

The Monopolization of America. Hidden Meanings Behind Childish Gambino's 'This Is America.' Rudy Giuliani's Confessions. Why Hawaii Volcano Is a Unique Disaster. A Woman's Fury Holds Lifetimes of Wisdom.

A Woman's Fury Holds Lifetimes of Wisdom

The global collection of women's experiences can no longer be ignored, says actress and activist Tracee Ellis Ross. In a candid, fearless talk, she delivers invitations to a better future to both men and women.

Equal Pay Day Is a Reminder That You Can’t Mansplain Away the Gender Pay Gap

Elise Gould and Jessica Schieder Economic Policy Institute
Even after extensive research has been done to show the gender pay gap exists (and persists), some skeptics refuse to believe the data. The infographic shows some of the most common criticisms of the gender wage gap and rebuts the “mansplainers” with data.

Racial Wealth Divide Snapshot: Women and the Racial Wealth Divide

Dedrick Asante-Muhammad Prosperity Now
The historical legacy of the racial wealth divide when combined with gender inequality makes women of color uniquely economically insecure. The greatest socio-economic disparities for most women of color are rooted in racial inequality, which is then worsened by smaller but significant gendered disp

Weak Black Women | Robin Thede

Robin turns the "Strong Black Woman" stereotype on its head with the world premiere of her music video "Weak Black Women."

Documentary | RGB

An intimate portrait of an unlikely rock star: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. With unprecedented access, the filmmakers explore how her early legal battles changed the world for women. Opens May 4.

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