- The Huffington Post applauds Oscar winner Viola Davis for changing out of her Oscars gown into a white suit with sneakers for after-parties. Speaking of gowns, a London marketing agency has made a graphic of the dresses of every Best Actress winner.
- Fashionista tells you everything you need to know about eyelash extensions.
- Vogue has news of Samantha Cameron’s (wife of former UK prime minister David Cameron) new clothing line, Cefinn.
- The New York Times’ Women in the World reports that the Harvard Law Review has elected its first black female president — and her mentor has a killer quote for all of us (full size at bottom of post).
- Our friend Jodi Glickman has a new LinkedIn course, “Make ‘Em Love You at Work.”
- NPR reports on a new Canadian study that found “job applicants … with Asian names — names of Indian, Pakistani or Chinese origin — were 28 percent less likely to get called for an interview compared to applicants with Anglo names, even when all the qualifications were the same.”
- A researcher and psychology professor writes for The New York Times about how women and men see competition differently.
- We linked to Susan Fowler’s viral blog post last week, and this week we’re sharing The New Yorker’s “A Perfect Storm at Uber” by Anna Wiener.
- A Politico reporter works out with Justice Ginsburg’s personal trainer and finds out that the Notorious R.B.G. is pretty tough.
- Bill Maher took the credit for it, but Vox describes how a 16-year-old girl in Canada took down Milo Yiannopoulos.
- Have you heard about the women’s strike on March 8? Are you planning to take part?
- For your Laugh of the Week: Have you seen the New York cartoon that’s a great illustration of mansplaining? The Huffington Post comments on it.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- We talked about our favorite feeding products for toddlers.
- We took a look back into CorporetteMoms history.
- Kat shared some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable office clothes.
We loved this quote from the NYT article — Ruth Okediji is the mentor to ImeIme Umana, the first black woman elected president of the prestigious Harvard Law Review.