Women in science share a message: Don’t give up

April 23, 2017

Washington (CNN)From across the fields of science they came, marching to show that women in science have a lot to say. Biologists and ecologists, medical researchers and EMTs, doctors and nurses, biomedical engineers and neuroscientists came with stories of why they fell in love with science. They ranged from little girls to seasoned science veterans, all carrying a message of what they’d like to tell other women. …

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5 ways inclusive marketing can benefit your business feat. Nigel Barker

April 22, 2017

… the other side of the coin, not all brands utilize inclusive marketing correctly. There have been a handful of brands over the past several months who have tried to take a stab at inclusive marketing, but to their dismay, their message was not received by the masses in the way they had hoped (looking at you, Pepsi). However, when executed correctly, inclusive marketing has the potential to make serious impacts for any business of any size. Nigel Barker, internationally renowned photographer whos …

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Utah Physician Says She’ll Happily Do The Job Jason Chaffetz Won’t

April 20, 2017

Kathryn Allenhoped to deliver Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) a dose ofstrong medicine (read: a loss) in the 2018 election. Now she wont have to. Chaffetz bowing out adds uncertainty to the future of Utahs strongly Republican 3rd Congressional District. For Allen, who has described Chaffetz as a That is what we have run on all along and will continue to run on, she told The Huffington Post on Wednesday. Our message remains one of consensus and coalition building, of coming together for a …

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These 3 People Show Why Anti-Trump Tide Runs Against The GOP In Georgia’s Special Election

April 18, 2017

… am now canvassing for Jon Ossoff because we need to elect a Democrat to send a message to Republicans in Congress that it is not acceptable to bow down to Trump, she said. Trump also has focused on the race, tweeting an attack on Democratic candidate Ossoff Monday with his trademarked misspellings and errant capitalization. that those outside the congressional districts boundaries cant vote. Rosenberg, often with her daughter at her side, has been going door to door relentlessly. The …

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Scott Pruitt Heads To Coal Mine To Pitch New EPA Agenda

April 14, 2017

SYCAMORE, Pennsylvania The head of the Environmental Protection Agency chose a Pennsylvania coal mine with a history of violating environmental laws as his venue for unveiling a new plan to refocus his agency in a way that he says will both protect offered roughly 75 miners at the Harvey Mine this hopeful message: The regulatory assault on coal is over. Pruitt, aclimate change denier and longtime ally of the fossil fuel industry, claimed that coal, oil and gas companies are both …

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Syria’s Assad Is Still Attracting Support From Some Leftists And ‘Alt-Right’ Nationalists

April 8, 2017

… explicit religious commitments to holy Shiite sites. Their brutality is arguably religiously motivated in a way similar to that of ISIS. That Gabbard and her allies believe being secular is enough to grant Assad legitimacy is even more important. The unspoken argument here is that alleged war crimes, mass torture and decades of repressive one-family rule are acceptable, so long as they dont have a pesky Muslim tinge. The message is precisely what controversial Trump White House advisers like …

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Sheryl Sandberg launches #20PercentCounts campaign for equal pay

April 5, 2017

Image: getty images Maybe it comes as a shocker, or not, but on average, in America? Women are paid 20 percent less than men are. That’s the message Facebook COO Sheryl Sandbergwhose other claims to fame include writing Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Leadhas for you to know, to understand, and to act on. SEE ALSO: No assholes allowed at Facebook’s big conference Timed with Equal Pay Day on April 4, Sandberg’s launching a new campaign titled #20PercentCounts, People …

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Why brands still think now is a good time to market the hell out of women’s empowerment

March 29, 2017

… brands like Stacy’s Pita Chips and Western Union clamored to position themselves as front row cheerleaders in the fight for gender equality. The snack brand unveiled these limited-edition bags for International Women’s Day. Image: stacy’s pita chips Basically, selling empowerment looks even more appealing these days. A perfectly timed ad with the right message about equality, after all, may go viral because it’s what consumers want to share with friends and family …

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Where does the House Freedom Caucus go from from here?

March 29, 2017

Washington (CNN)House Speaker Paul Ryan had just told his conference Friday that the Republican Party had failed to get enough votes for a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, a seven-year campaign promise that had united Republicans and catapulted their Party into control of the House, the Senate and the presidency. The implicit message from leadership was it was time to move on to a different subject — and that the Republican House conference had some growing up to do. The room was …

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How not to help mums breastfeed: Give them an aggravating unhelpful chatbot

March 28, 2017

… easily-accessible basic advice on a platform where new mums are already likely to be. If you’re one-handedly talking to a friend or family member on Messenger, then it’s easy to fire off a message to the bot. But you’ll very quickly run into the bot’s limits and probably end up asking a human being for the information you need. Currently the bot isn’t a substitute for the wealth of information that friends, family and medical professionals can provide; information …

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