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Man Kicks Muslim Woman at JFK, Shouts ‘Trump Is Here Now, He Will Get Rid of All of You’: DA

Man Kicks Muslim Woman at JFK, Shouts ‘Trump Is Here Now, He Will Get Rid of All of You’: DA

A Massachusetts businessman is facing hate crime charges for violence against an airport worker.

CVS Health: Making Women’s Health Care More Accessible

CVS Health: Making Women’s Health Care More Accessible

Angela Patterson offers her thoughts on how the CVS MinuteClinic can help close gaps in health care for women.

A combination of photos taken at the National Mall shows the crowds attending the inauguration ceremony to swear in President Donald Trump at 12:01pm (L) on Jan. 20, 2017, and the Women's March on Jan. 21, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

Women’s March on Washington Drew More People Than Trump’s Inauguration

“We have to fight harder than we’ve ever fought before,” Jalila Bell, a women’s march attendee, told DiversityInc.

Civil Rights, LGBT Pages Erased from White House Website

Civil Rights, LGBT Pages Erased from White House Website

Civil rights, LGBT, women, disabilities, criminal justice reform, equal pay and climate change have all been removed from the White House website.

Activists, Celebrities to Join Women’s March on Washington

#WhyIMarch: Women’s March announced the list of speakers including Angela Davis, Gloria Steinem and Mothers of the Movement.

The 115th Congress Not a Model for Diversity

The 115th Congress Not a Model for Diversity

The number of women and minorities has slightly increased, and Congress remains overwhelmingly male and white — much like boardrooms in the U.S.

EY: Five Qualities You Need to Become an Entrepreneur

EY: Five Qualities You Need to Become an Entrepreneur

EY's Global Vice Chair of Industry Alison Kay offers insight.

Air Force's First Black Woman Lieutenant General to Enter Hall of Fame

Air Force’s First Black Woman Lieutenant General to Enter Hall of Fame

Stayce Harris was recently honored by President Obama.

AT&T: Securing a Seat at the Tech Table for Women

AT&T: Securing a Seat at the Tech Table for Women

AT&T's Allison Roberts, president of the Women of Technology employee network, shares why it's important to attract and retain women in technology.

(Reuters) - A congressionally-appointed panel on Wednesday called for the creation of a U.S. museum of women's history, with preferred sites on or near Washington's National Mall. The American Museum of Women's History would close a gap in the U.S. capital, which has museums devoted to everything from space and spies to stamps and black history, but none focused on women, its backers said. "America needs and deserves a physical national museum dedicated to showcasing the historical experiences and impact of women in this country," said the report from the seven-member commission - all women - empaneled by Congress in 2014. Creation of the museum would call for a decade-long effort to gather support and funding and to build it. The cost for a building of 75,000 square feet (6,900 square meters) to 90,000 square feet (8,400 square meters) would be estimated at $150 million to $180 million in private funds, the report said. The commission also recommended that Congress donate land free of charge for the museum site or provide an existing building. The museum would become part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's biggest museum complex, overseen by a board also appointed by Congress. The federal government would assume operation and maintenance costs. The panel recommended three sites for a women's museum on or around the National Mall, a vast area stretching two miles (3.2 km) from the U.S. Capitol west to the Lincoln Memorial and often called "America's front lawn." One site is on the side of the Mall opposite the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opened in September. The second site is the Smithsonian's 19th-century Arts and Industries Building, also on the Mall, and the third is on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol. Congress declared the Mall closed to new building in 2003, but made an exception for the African American museum. With the Mall already crowded with monuments and museums, Washington planners are looking for ways to pay tribute to U.S. historical figures and events away from the area.

Congressional Panel Calls for U.S. Women’s History Museum

The nation would benefit from a "national museum dedicated to showcasing the historical experiences and impact of women in this country," the panel stated.

NYC Bans Salary History Questions for Government Job Applicants

NYC Bans Salary History Questions for Government Job Applicants

Mayor Bill de Blasio said this is the start to "putting an end to that cycle of discrimination."

Michelle Obama Slams Trump in Speech

Michelle Obama Slams Trump in Speech

“I can't believe that I'm saying that a candidate for President of the United States has bragged about sexually assaulting women,” Obama said.

U.S. Income Surges, but Women, Minorities Remain Behind

U.S. Income Surges, but Women, Minorities Remain Behind

2015 saw an increase in median household income for whites, Blacks, Asians and Hispanics, the newest report from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed, the highest increase being among Hispanic households. According to the report, 2015 saw an additional estimated 3.3 million people with earnings over 2014, regardless of work experience. All households saw a 5.2 …

What Did Kanye West's Casting Call for 'Multiracial Women Only' Mean?

What Did Kanye West’s Casting Call for ‘Multiracial Women Only’ Mean?

The casting call caused a stir on Twitter debating the term “multiracial.”

Bayer, White Ribbon Alliance Announce Programs to Support Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

Bayer, White Ribbon Alliance Announce Programs to Support Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

Bayer commits $1.3M in programs and services; three-year commitment to help women and children in developing countries

Race, Gender Pay Gaps Significant for Millennials

New report shows a large gender pay gap, racial differences, student loan debt and uneasiness about retirement for millennials.

No Paid Maternity Leave for Ivanka Trump's Workers

No Paid Maternity Leave for Ivanka Trump’s Workers

Trump advocates for working mother's rights — but not those who work for the company that makes her clothes.

Olympic Medalist Credited as 'Athlete's wife' by Media

Olympic Medalist Credited as ‘Athlete’s wife’ by Media

Corey Cogdell-Unrein's achievement was not enough for the media, which referred to her only in the context of her NFL player husband.

Massachusetts Takes Historic Step Toward Equal Pay

Massachusetts Takes Historic Step Toward Equal Pay

In a first-of-its-kind law, Massachusetts employers must pay men and women equally for “comparable work” and can no longer ask about salary history on job interviews.

Saatchi, Kevin Roberts

‘Women don’t aspire to be leaders’ says Saatchi Chairman

Saatchi & Saatchi Executive Chairman Kevin Roberts resigns after sexist statements.

Trump-Clinton

Report: Trump Campaign Pays Men More Than Women

An analysis finds the pay is not equal, and the staff is not diverse.

West Point Clears Black Cadets, Photo is About ‘Unity’

The academy superintendent said other groups have used raised fists during the year at West Point, including him.

Black Women at West Point Accused of Being ‘Political’

The school is investigating whether the women are supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. But is that movement political?

Donald Trump

Trump: Hillary an ‘Enabler’ of Bill’s Infidelity

More misogyny amid climbing unfavorable poll numbers for women — despite his frequent claims of the opposite.