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Highlights from TED2016 and Justice Scalia’s legacy — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Bret Hartman/TED Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’ve got some goodies from TED2016, Hillary Clinton gets intersectional, and one of our speakers on the legacy that Justice Scalia left behind. What we’ve been checking out… Recently, both Kendrick Lamar and Beyonce made revolutionary statements on mainstream stages. Yet the criticism that swiftly […]

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The Weekly reFRESH: Beyoncé’s formation and practical reparations

Edited by Mara Meyers This week’s reFRESH includes a critical look at American football, Beyoncé’s Formation, and a practical start to reparations, one meal at a time. What we’ve been checking out… Want to solve income inequality? Equipay allows you and your friends to split the cost of a meal in accordance with gender and […]

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The Weekly reFRESH: Queen Bey’s threat and The Development Set

Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing a new series on Medium, how Queen Bey continues to change all the games, and a moving editorial from President Obama. What we’ve been checking out… We’re appalled (but not totally surprised) that expert women’s opinions still aren’t being valued. It’s time to pass the mic. White supremacy […]

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The Weekly ReFRESH

Edited by Mara Meyers In this week’s edition we’ve got, a trip back to Ferguson on the anniversary of Mike Brown’s death, the awkward position of justifying one’s own blackness, and how anti street harassment work values men’s emotions over true empathy. What we’ve been checking out… Public speaking is America’s number one fear, coming […]

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The Weekly ReFRESH

Edited by Mara Meyers In this week’s ReFRESH we’ve got answers to questions about systemic racism, a letter to the President on Earth Day, and how one of our speakers turned his learning disability into a strength. What we’ve been checking out… What is insight if nobody listens? This helpful TED Talk gives tips on […]

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