Charter: The Small Tweaks that Produce More Inclusive Workplaces

By Mikayla Boginsky | October 1, 2021 |
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Five Facts Every American Should Know About the Hollowing Out of the Middle Class

By Joan C. Williams | February 6, 2018 |

America used to grow together, but now we are growing apart. Click here to read the five facts that every American should know about the hollowing out of the middle…

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How Women Are Harassed Out of Science

By Joan C. Williams | July 25, 2016 |

The discrimination young researchers endure makes America’s need for STEM workers even greater. When Joan was an undergraduate, in the 1970s, she asked her boyfriend why one of his roommates…

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Pumping Milk at 40,000 Feet: Four Women Pilots Are Navigating a Course toward Fairness

By Joan C. Williams | May 11, 2016 |

Hearing a woman’s voice come over the intercom before takeoff, “this is your captain speaking,” can be a moving experience, even today: She made it! She beat the odds! A…

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Netflix and the Flexibility Stigma

By Joan C. Williams | August 24, 2015 |

When the first reporter called me up with the news that Netflix had announced a year’s parental leave, I was thrilled. Researchers generally conclude that that’s close to the ideal…

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