LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "Pronated" Edition

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Dateline: 2/7/21

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THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:

AOC's Powerful Plea For Republican Accountability Cannot Be Ignored via The Guardian

I'm My Own Ted Cruz via Magic and Loss

POLITICS:

ACLU Elects Its First Black Woman As President via Axios

The Biden Administration's Moves To Protect Abortion Are Good, Just Not Good Enough via The Women's Media Center

Georgia Republicans Are So Afraid Of Stacey Abrams That They Created A Group Called 'Stop Stacey' via The Root

BUSINESS & TECH:

Unemployment Statistics Can't Capture The Full Extent Of What Women Have Lost via The Cut

The Covid Economy Is Probably Even Worse For Women Than It Looks via Slate

Legendary NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Now Has A Spacecraft Named After Her via The Robb Report

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT:

Former Secretary at Nazi Camp Charged For Murder Of Over 10,000 People via The Guardian

Evan Rachel Wood Said She Was 'Alerted To Threats' That Underage Photos Of Herself Would Be Released After Naming Marilyn Manson As Her Abuser via The Hollywood Reporter

CAMPUS CLIMATE:

External Report Says Harvard Administrators Did Little To Stop A Professor's Decades-Long Sexual Harassment via The Boston Globe

SCIENCE & HEALTH:

Scientists Think A Lab-Grown Uterus Could Help Fight Infertility via Future Human

THE ARTS & POP CULTURE:

How 'Promising Young Woman' Refigures The Rape-Revenge Movie via The New Yorker

Sundance Review: The 'Rebel' Nuns Who Stuck It To The Catholic Church--and The Man via The Daily Beast

Working Women's Wardrobe: How The 1970s Opened Feminist Fashion via Independent Lens via PBS

Let Sharon Mashihi Whisper In Your Ear: 'Appearances' Feels Like A Breakthrough Of The Podcast Form via Vulture

Sarah Silverman Just Wants To Make Things Right via The Washington Post

I Didn't See The Insidious Ways Women Are Held Back--Until I Became A Widow via The Washington Post

The Myth That Gets Men Out Of Doing Chores via The Atlantic

THE SPORTS REPORT:

These Women Were NFL 'Firsts.' They're Eager For Company. via The New York Times

Facing Backlash For Sexist Remarks, Tokyo Olympics Chief Faces Backlash, But Won't Resign via NPR

IN MEMORIAM:

Jamie Tarses, Executive In A Hollywood Rise-and-Fall Story, Dies At 56 via The New York Times

AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT…?

Serena Williams Shows Off Trophy Room: "We Don't Keep Second Place" via The Grio

The LZ Sunday Paper™ launched at the dawn of 2014. We expose and recirculate interesting content that is about, and frequently by, women in business, with a dose of ultra-relevant culture. We think that culture comes high and low, not much in between. Our audience is vast and not gender-driven. Every week we expect to deliver at least one good laugh. Send suggestions, clips, or names of people you think might enjoy this to LZSundayPaper@gmail.com.

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