Conversation Starters 3/17/17
What are you thinking about what is going on in the world? Here’s the top stories from women, ministry, and world news this week.
by Liza Mundy, The Atlantic
Tech companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to improve conditions for female employees. Here’s why not much has changed—and what might actually work.
by Mattie Kahn, Elle
The longest-serving woman in the House of Representatives talks about breaking into the boys' club.
by WITW Staff, Women in the World at the New York Times
President Trump may have “tremendous respect for women” if his Twitter activity on Women’s Day is anything to go by, but it seems this respect doesn’t quite extend to far enough for him to actually appoint very many to his White House administration.
by Cristina Goyanes, My Fitness Pal Blog
There are many ways to deal with pain. Sure, you could meditate to work through whatever is bothering you — science says it can relieve stress, improve focus, help you think better and, more positively, boost self-confidence, but sometimes chocolate gelato just wins.
by Michelle McCready, The Huffington Post
Please start by investing in the child care workforce across the country.
by Molly Ball, The Atlantic
Will the truth ever catch up with Trump’s most skilled spin artist?
by Teresa Lam, Hyperbae
Swoosh takes one step closer to inclusivity.
by Taryn Finley, The Huffington Post
The congresswoman talked to Joy Reid about telling the truth in the age of Trump.