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Sarah Silverman Sends A Powerful Message About The Wage Gap
Sarah Silverman wants everyone to know the wage gap is not OK, and she’s not afraid to get all Sarah Silverman to do it.
Here’s what we should talk about when we talk about Ebola.
The first map compares the total deaths caused by disease in every country. The second shows the public health spending of every government. The difference of the two worlds presented speaks for itself.
The lake (once the fourth largest in the world) has been shrinking since the 1960’s, when the Soviet Union diverted two rivers to provide irrigation for farms. This year a drop in rain and snow levels lowered the water level even more.
This is horrifying. Equally alarming = these time-lapse photographs of glaciers shrinking»
"Back in the ’50s and ’60s, when I was growing up, little girls were supposed to be kind and thoughtful and pretty and gentle and soft, and we were supposed to fit into roles that were sort of shadowy—really not quite clear what we were supposed to be. There were plenty of role models all around us. We had our mothers, our aunts, our cousins, our sisters, and of course, the ever-present media bombarding us with images and words, telling us how to be.”
Women + humor = change. Liza Donnelly, best known for her work in The New Yorker, broke the glass ceiling for women in cartooning. Her clever comics prod you to think about all the little boxes women are supposed to fit into.
Sorry for being curt, but sometimes you need to be in order to get an important point across.
CHINA, HONG KONG : A pro-democracy protester sleeps following a rally in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong on October 10, 2014. Thousands of pro-democracy supporters took to Hong Kong’s streets late October 10 after protest leaders implored them to dig in for the long haul following the collapse of talks with the government. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones
SIERRA LEONE, Freetown : Volunteers arrive to pick up bodies of people who died of the Ebola virus, against a 100 US dollar weekly risk-taking compensation, on October 8, 2014 in Freetown. Dozens of British military personnel are due to fly to Sierra Leone next week to help build medical facilities to combat the Ebola epidemic, the defence ministry said on October 7. AFP PHOTO / FLORIAN PLAUCHEUR