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Advancing Women Before the Well Goes Dry

Water scarcity is holding women back. What’s being done to tap into this reservoir of potential?

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Women and the Missing 23 Cents

Women are almost half America’s workforce, so why do they take home 77 cents to every dollar men earn?

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Where you work is as important as the money you make.

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In 2012, a couple in Colorado walked into a bakery to order a cake for their upcoming wedding. The baking, however, never began.

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In the wake of the Ebola crisis, 20 photographers work to create sustainable futures in Liberia.

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We all get stuck at certain times in our lives. Sometimes we fail, other times we succeed, but we strive to be motivated and inspired by these experiences.

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There was a time, not long ago, when the average American didn’t own a pair of jeans.

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Forward-thinking designers are creating innovative garments that push the limits of style and technology as 3D printing becomes more accessible.

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One of the most important pieces of U.S. history just reached many, many more kids.

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“Invent your confidence. When you’re trying something new, insecurity and stage fright come with the territory.” — Diane Ackerman

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Gap Inc. is working with its longtime partner, Swasti Health Resource Centre, to provide more water filtration plants in rural India.

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Meet the woman who is challenging social media to go unfiltered.

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Though it looks like a traditional hardcover novel, this book offers survival: Tear out a page, and you have the power to filter dirty water into drinking water for a month.

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As the planet’s population reaches more than 7 billion, the availability of clean water has become a major concern.

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One woman in Ghana has started a bike-building business that empowers women and girls.

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Go go, gadget, watch! Or necklace. Or bracelet.

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“To me, the worst fashion faux pas is to look in the mirror, and not see yourself.” — Iris Apfel

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Water scarcity, a tale of two cities

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The search for clean drinking water is intensifying around the globe.

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Here's how these sandals are supporting safe water access in Guatemala.

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In honor of International Women's Day, global edit-a-thon takes place to increase representation on site.

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By connecting financial institutions to communities in developing countries in need of clean water, small loans are made to individuals and households.