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EQUAL PAY DAY PUTS FOCUS ON WOMEN IN THE WORKPLACE – APRIL 4

Equal Pay Day is today, April 4th! It was started in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity to draw attention to the gap between men and women’s wages. Equal Pay Day is always held in April to represent how far into the year women have to work to make what men made in…

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GRAMMY NOMINATIONS 2017: THE NAMES AND THE EFFECTS

Before we get into it, there is an important fact about the Grammy nomination eligibility that needs to be addressed. The Academy accepts submissions of recordings for the 2017 awards that were released between October 1st, 2015 and September 30th, 2016. A year span, but with songs from the tail end of two years prior.…

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BRACE YOURSELF FOR THE 2016 GRAMMY AWARDS – NOMINATIONS REVEALED

The nominations for the 58th Grammy Awards are in!  Kendrick Lamar leads the pack with eleven nods including Album Of The Year with his seminal LP, To Pimp A Butterfly, which was recently named as the album behind President Obama’s favorite song of 2015. Taylor Swift, who shares a nomination with Lamar in the Best…

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SHAKIRA’S NEW ALBUM DEBUTS AT #2 ON BILLBOARD 200

Shakira achieved the highest chart debut and chart rank of her career when her album Shakira hit #2 on the Billboard 200. The album also secured the #1 spot on the iTunes Chart release week in 69 countries, including the U.S. The multi-platinum, 2X Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter worked with an impressive list of collaborators on the…

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RICHARDSON VS. CHANGE.ORG – CAN WE HAVE THE HONEST TRUTH?

Last week, Alice Ehrenfried of Southampton, UK, launched a petition on Change.org demanding all major brands and magazines to quit condoning Richard’s crude work ethics. The petition is titled “Vogue, H&M, Mango, Supreme, & all other brands: Stop using alleged sex offender Terry Richardson as your photographer”. It currently boasts 9,000+ signatures, with a goal…

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PANETTA LIFTS BAN ON WOMEN IN COMBAT

Before officially stepping down from his position as Defense Secretary, Leon E. Panetta has lifted the ban on women in combat, a groundbreaking move that will give them the chance to be decorated and compensated as equal members of the armed forces. Panetta, who is leaving his post after 18 months on the job, is…

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