PR Newswire: Gale Launches Second Installment of Women’s Studies Archive Series

PR Newswire: Gale Launches Second Installment of Women’s Studies Archive Series (PRESS RELEASE). “Gale, a Cengage company, has released the second installment of its world-renowned Women’s Studies Archive series. Women’s Studies Archive: Voice and Vision, looks beyond women’s suffrage and explores the evolution of feminism throughout the 19th and 20th centuries (1780-2000).”

Send2Press: Women and The Vote NYS Initiative Honors State Suffragists (PRESS RELEASE)

Send2Press: Women and The Vote NYS Initiative Honors State Suffragists (PRESS RELEASE). “Women and the Vote NYS announces that a new initiative, timed to coincide with the 19th Amendment Centennial, is being launched to develop a mobile-friendly online database with interactive map of gravesites across New York State of the suffragists who worked tirelessly to bring about women’s right to vote.”

‘Numbers don’t lie’: The team ‘Counting Dead Women’ in Kenya (Christian Science Monitor)

Christian Science Monitor: ‘Numbers don’t lie’: The team ‘Counting Dead Women’ in Kenya. “For years, whenever Kathomi Gatwiri complained that violence against women in her home country of Kenya was out of control, she got used to hearing the same response: prove it. So at the beginning of 2019, the academic and one of her best friends from college, Audrey Mugeni, decided they would do exactly that. They set up Facebook and Twitter pages called ‘Counting Dead Woman – Kenya’ and dedicated themselves to a grim project: creating an online archive.”

GirlsDoPorn: Young women win legal battle over video con (BBC)

BBC: GirlsDoPorn: Young women win legal battle over video con. “A US judge has awarded $12.8m (£9.8m) to 22 unnamed women, ruling that they were tricked into appearing in widely distributed online porn videos. Some of the models duped by the owners and operators of the GirlsDoPorn website had become suicidal, he said. They were told the videos were for a private collector or overseas DVDs, according to the 181-page judgement.”

Bustle: Meet The Women Who Pioneered The Film Industry

Bustle: Meet The Women Who Pioneered The Film Industry. “Created by film scholar Jane Gaines in 1993, Columbia University’s Women Film Pioneers Project (WFPP) is now an online database dedicated to documenting the contributions women made to the silent film era beyond acting. Today, the database has over 280 profiles of women who worked across six continents in roles ranging from accountants and agents to screenwriters, editors, producers, art directors, camera operators, casting directors, composers, cinematographers, costume designers, and even animal trainers and stunt performers. There are 117 profiles of female directors alone.”

Harlequins Women v Leinster Women: Linda Djougang’s amazing journey to Twickenham (BBC Sport)

BBC Sport: Harlequins Women v Leinster Women: Linda Djougang’s amazing journey to Twickenham. “Four years ago, Linda Djougang typed the words ‘what is rugby?’ into YouTube. Now, she is preparing to play at Twickenham – one of the sport’s biggest stadiums – for the first time.”