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Women & Compliments

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By Amanda Lepof   “I love your haircut.” “Doesn’t she have a nice smile?” “She’s wearing a pretty color, while the rest of us women are dressed in black.” These are perfectly nice things to hear, but depending on when they’re said at work, can compliments be a subtle form of gender discrimination? I’ve actually heard each of these. Here’s…

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Breaking Barriers 2018

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  The B.A. Rudolph Foundation invites you to celebrate women who break barriers, raise a glass in honor of women who #RiseUp, and support the B.A. Rudolph Foundation Scholars. Join us at the beautiful Josephine Butler Parks Center, a Renaissance Revival-style mansion turned nonprofit center, for a conversation on #MeToo over cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and (new this year!) a silent…

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Press Release: B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole at Clinton School

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 26, 2018 Contact: Patrick Newton, Director of Marketing & Communication, The Clinton School of Public Service Email: pcnewton@clintonschool.uasys.edu Phone: 501-683-5238 B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole at Clinton School   Little Rock, AR – Today, Beth Quarles and Rachel Cole were awarded a B.A. Rudolph Foundation Grant for their study on Teacher Leadership in Arkansas….

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Women & Natural Hair

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By Sacred B. Huff  During my first year of law school, I wore weave the entire year. Not once did I ever wear my natural hair. The reason why was simple: I had grown to believe that, as a black woman, my natural kinky hair was “unkempt” and “unprofessional.” I even felt less beautiful whenever I didn’t wear weave. Fast…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Shivangi Bhatia

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Shivangi Bhatia was an Undergraduate Public Service Scholar in 2016, when was a Research intern for EMILY’s List, a political action committee that raises money for Democratic, Pro-Choice female candidates. Where are you from? Cleveland, Ohio.  Where did you go to school? What did you study? I graduated in December 2017 from Washington University in St. Louis where I majored in Political Science…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Lizzy Wicks

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Lizzy Wicks was a STEM Scholar in 2016 when she interned at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.   Where are you from? Ocean Springs, MS Where did you go to school? What did you study? I attended The University of Mississippi and studied International Studies and French, with a minor in Chemistry and an emphasis in pre-medicine. What was the…

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