First Reading, 2018 vol. 1
Speaking of this cartoon, Melinda Gates on Imposter Syndrome. Melinda Gates gets it too friends.
Teen Vogue inspiring ladies to be campaign managers.
One White House Corespondent claims Ivanka Trump is the "spitting image" of her father in a very interesting read.
Remind me why Ag Commissioner is a $1.3 million race? The Houston Chronicle shares.
Also from the Chronicle - Demetria Smith continues to run for Governor even though the Democratic Party has removed her from the ballot after a bounced filing fee check. A bounced check is never a good start to a campaign to be Governor of anything.
Time magazine on the record number of women running for office.
Trump empowered American women - by accident.
The Christian Science Monitor takes a global look at "fast-tracking" women into leadership. I take issue with the term "fast-tracking" when describing half of the population - but regardless, it's a good look at the state of things.
According to Vox, Black women don't want thanks in 2018. They want power. I may have already shared this article but it's worth a repeat.
A quick and dirty look at 5 big wins for women this year - according to USA Today.
In Iceland equal pay is now the law. The law ya'll.
Slate looks at the new form the feminist movement is taking. Thanks to Trump.
Speaking of, the White House hosts a Conversation with the Women of America.