The International Women’s Day Edition

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Posted on March 9, 2018

Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading this week!

International Women’s Day: Iconic Images Of Women Protesters ~ For International Women’s Day, we celebrate 100 years of female defiance in photos, including the woman who handbagged a neo-Nazi and the marchers who sparked the Russian Revolution | BBC

For Brands Celebrating International Women’s Day 2018, Inspirational Messages Aren’t Enough Anymore | Fortune

Spain Sees First ‘Feminist Strike’ On Women’s Day | CNN

Les Femmes Se Font Entendre Lors De La Journée Internationale De La Femme ~ Les femmes du monde ont profité jeudi de la Journée international de la femme pour réclamer plus d’égalité | The Huffington Post

International Women’s Day: What Work Needs To Happen To Make Women’s Lives Better? ~ Indigenous women, women of color, and queer women are less likely to enjoy safety and income equality | The Huffington Post

Record-Breaking Number Of Women Run For Office ~ Politico is partnering with two organizations that track women in politics to tell the story of a potentially historic year for women seeking elected office | Politico

$10 Bill Featuring Canadian Civil Rights Icon Viola Desmond Unveiled | Global News

Online Survey Suggests High Rate Of Sexual Harassment In The Workplace In Canada | CTV News

Oscars’ TV Audience Dropped — Maybe To An All-Time Low, Early Ratings Show | The Los Angeles Times

The Oscars Tackle Diversity With Mixed Results — And Lowest Ratings Ever | Forbes

Les Cotes D’Écoute Des Oscars Ont Chuté À Un Niveau Sans Précédent | La Presse

The Coming Decline Of The Employment Drug Test ~ Struggling to hire, some companies are relaxing corporate drug policies | Bloomberg

Myanmar’s Attempt To Destroy Rohingya Muslims | TIME

Yes, Amazon’s Alexa Is Laughing At You ~ The company confirms a chilling rumor: that its voice-activated-assistant devices are spontaneously bursting into laughter | Vanity Fair


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