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Has #MeToo Gone too Far? Ansari Story Sparks Debate
Wanda Sykes, Tig Notaro Headline the Women in Comedy Festival (WICF) April 20 and 21
3 Trailblazing Women Get the Spotlight in Sundance Docs

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Wanda Sykes, Tig Notaro Headline the Women in Comedy Festival (WICF) April 20 and 21

Has #MeToo Gone too Far? Ansari Story Sparks Debate

Celebrating its ninth year, the Women in Comedy Festival (WICF) presents Emmy Award winner Wanda Sykes on Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m. and The New York Times best-selling author Tig ...

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Insights From Oneika the Traveller

Insights From Oneika the Traveller

Mar 16
Insights from travel blogger and influencer Oneika Raymond.

Watch: BET.com's 'Black Like Me'

Watch: BET.com's 'Black Like Me'

Mar 15
BET.com's new original series "BLACK LIKE ME" explores in candid conversations with models Khoudia Diop, Nyakim Gatwech, Ajak Deng and Leomie Anderson their experiences with racism in the modeling world and becoming successful against impossible odds.

CROI Research Highlights on Women & HIV

CROI Research Highlights on Women & HIV

Mar 12
A conversation with NIH's Dr. Gina Brown, the lead for research on women and girls and microbicides at NIH's Office of AIDS Research.

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Mar 10
Women and girls represent more than half of all people living with HIV across the globe. That's almost 18 million women and girls living with HIV worldwide.

More Women Traveling to Illinois for Abortions

More Women Traveling to Illinois for Abortions

Mar 2
More women appear to be traveling to Illinois from out of state to have an abortion, according to Illinois Department of Public Health figures, and activists say it could be because surrounding states have tighter restrictions.

Recording Academy Head Criticized After Comments About Women

Recording Academy Head Criticized After Comments About Women

Jan 30
Recording Academy President Neil Portnow is facing criticism for his comments after the 60th annual Grammy Awards ended with only two female winners on stage and lingering questions about the choice of performers.

Jeremy Piven Faces, Denies More Misconduct Allegations

Jeremy Piven Faces, Denies More Misconduct Allegations

Jan 28
Jeremy Piven, who has strongly denied allegations of sexual misconduct from at least three women, is facing further accusations that date back decades, an online news site reported Saturday.

Harvard's Hasty Pudding Says It Will Allow Women to Join

Harvard's Hasty Pudding Says It Will Allow Women to Join

By Philip Marcelo | Jan 27
- Harvard University's Hasty Pudding theater troupe, the nation's oldest collegiate theatrical organization, announced Thursday it will allow women to join its cast, starting next year.

Cecile Richards Stepping Down as Planned Parenthood Leader

Cecile Richards Stepping Down as Planned Parenthood Leader

By David Crary | Jan 26
Cecile Richards, who led Planned Parenthood through 12 tumultuous years, is stepping down as its president.

Survey: Being a Female Artist in Pop is a 'Lonely' Field

Survey: Being a Female Artist in Pop is a 'Lonely' Field

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 25
A new survey of pop charts over the past six years finds that men overwhelmingly dominate the ranks of artists and songwriters and that 2017 represented a six-year low for female artists.

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