For Danielle Florio, co-founder of tutoring company City Smarts, her students are the reason she gets out of bed every day.
Ladies Get Paid co-founder Claire Wasserman started a grassroots movement to educate women about the pay gap and advocate for equal pay.
Karima Bennoune explains why cultural rights are women’s rights. Bennoune has received numerous awards, including the Dayton Literary Peace Prize (2014) for her recent book, “Your Fatwa …
Comedy legend Joan Rivers ripped through the comedy world with her razor-sharp jokes and self-deprecating humor.
In 1903, Elizabeth Magie filed a patent for The Landlord’s Game. The game had two sets of rules: one where players were rewarded when they bought up property and destroyed the competition, and one where players created shared wealth.
After numerous doctors confirmed that I did not have Lyme disease, one doctor finally told me I did. I cried of happiness.
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Patricia Bell-Scott’s new book, The Firebrand and the First Lady, unearths the relationship between two seemingly disparate people …
My grandmother introduced me to “I Capture the Castle” by Dodie Smith. “It was her favorite book,” I’d say, “and I was her favorite grandchild.”
Rejection is either an act or a state of being. Marguerite Duras explores both in “The Lover,” an autobiography that itself rejects conventional prose …
The rules of people are so easily ascribed to God: a sleight-of-hand trick to say who can do what, and when, and how.