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The State of Women: A Visual Breakdown of Women's Progress

Kelly at HERdacity — Aug 21, 2017

Women's Equality Day is held on August 26 every year in order to honor the suffragettes who fought for women's right to vote and helped secure the Nineteenth Amendment of the Constitution. In order to contextualize their work and celebrate the day, we have compiled some of the most thought provoking statistics on the equality of women. Whether about the progress women have made, their status in the workplace or a breakdown of the Women's Suffrage Movement, all of these visuals are meant to remind you of the strid...


Can You Believe This S*#t?!? Invasive Exams For Women Before Hiring

Larissa at HERdacity — Aug 19, 2017

Nebraska patrol accused of requiring invasive exams for women before hiring We love to highlight the awesome accomplishments of daring women and celebrate our collective voices. But sometimes we come across new stories of discrimination that make us realize we still have much to overcome in hopes of achieving equality. This alleged case is one of those instances.


INTERVIEW: First Female President of America’s Oldest Cattle Breed Association

Terri Barber — Aug 18, 2017

The American Hereford Association helped add a few more cracks to the glass ceiling this past fall when they elected Terri Barber as their first female president. Having spent a lifetime in the cattle business, she jumped at the opportunity and has been enjoying her role ever since. As president, Terri is responsible for growing the Certified Hereford Beef brand and thus helping shape the entire industry. We are excited to share her trailblazing story! 


BLOG: A Chat Amongst Best Friends... The Stay-At-Home Mom and The Working Woman

Frances L Jordan — Aug 16, 2017

“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.”— Coco Chanel


Women Who ROCK! Empowering Lyrics From Some of the Queens of Rock and Roll

Kelly at HERdacity — Aug 14, 2017

Women rock, both literally and figuratively! Women have been at the forefront of almost every musical revolution in the past century, including Rock and Roll. Yet, women's representation within the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is limited. It is reported that, "In the 27 years since the 'Hall' was founded, there have been 296 inductees, including bands, pioneers, producers and promoters. 40 have been women or had female members."  By our calculations, that's only 13.5% of all recipients. 


HERstory: Sister Rosetta Tharpe Shows the World How to Rock

Kelly at HERdacity — Aug 14, 2017

There is no doubt that women know how to rock. From Joan Jett to Stevie Nicks—women have been rocking and rolling for more than a century. And it all started with one daring, musical figure... Sister Rosetta Tharpe. 

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