[MONDAYS ARE FINE] MARCH 12
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1. Events on events on events! If you're a NYC-based freelancer or have the day to work remotely, stop by our WORK PARTY on March 14: AKA a gorgeous co-working space to meet cool women and have a guided CLASS OF 2018 workshop with Phoebe (and get all three CO18 worksheets!). BTW, today is the last chance for members to get in on our buy one, bring a work buddy deal! Use the promo code sent out in Friday's e-mail.
2. If you can't make it, don't stress—get your SUNDAY SCHOOL tickets here for a conversation with Man Repeller's Haley Nahman on March 25 in NYC. We'll chat about her life and career learnings, and what's on her reading/watching/self-improving list right now.
3. Bumble really walks the walk when it comes to fighting misogyny and hate speech online. They just banned photos showing users with guns in wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and how triggering that violent imagery can be. Here's to fighting the good fight.
4. "While the male-female pay gap has been slowing decreasing, the pay gap between white women and black women is the fastest growing income inequality there is." The gender and racial wage gap are both important feminist issues, yet race often gets left out of the convo. Read more here.
5. Read a really beautiful story about the women who are rebuilding Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria—with some stunning portraits to match.
6. Ellen Pompeo of Grey's Anatomy gets real about being the highest-paid actress on a primetime drama, and what it took to get there.
7. Condé Nast Traveler asked nine women, from Ava DuVernay to Fariha Róisín, to share their most meaningful travel experiences. Not all of them are pretty, but they do speak to the transformative nature of travel (and we're all for that over this way, as you know).
THE NEW RULES OF WORK
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NEW YORK CITY
There are still a few spaces at tomorrow's WORK PARTY here in NYC. Great space, a guided workshop, cool women, delicious snacks. What more do you need?!
Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins at the Barbicanfeatures the work of 20 photographers who captured communities and individuals living on the fringe of society as a means of reflecting the beautiful complexities of humanity. A fabulous exhibition in my favourite space.
You'll want to go to this show for the drama alone: Galerie Michael's new exhibit juxtaposes the work of French painter Françoise Gilot with her ex's, Pablo Picasso.