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The NYT Issue on Women: A Larger Media Perspective

Globally mainstream media writes and broadcasts women’s and girls stories only 21% of the time. So, we must ask, while occasional, even excellent stories, do make it into the New York Times, isn’t the publication a part of the problem?

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The NYT Issue on Women: “A Persuasive Argument”

Kristof and WuDunn persuasively argue that fighting for women’s equality around the world, especially in developing countries, is the moral issue of our time.

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The NYT Issue on Women: Refocusing the Media’s Spotlight on “Invisibles” at Home

Kristof and WuDunn offer an important message. But we have our own invisibles: mostly women of color who face staggering obstacles to health care and remain economically disadvantaged.

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The NYT Issue on Women: An African Man’s Perspective

We, the people of the developing world, complain about unfair and inaccurate reporting by Western journalists because we know how differently stories might have turned out if they had consulted the experts among us.

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Roundup: Dems Will Unite, Swizzle Sticks and Celebrating Midwives

Dems will unite around women, McCain on the Daily Show, TV workplace harassment, rising BC prices and debunking ALL.

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