LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "Three Quarters Full" Edition
Every year, September vies with June and December for the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals for busiest month of the year in the Calendar Olympics. So far, I'm giving it a 9.5. That, plus a set of slight (mine) physical impairments makes both time allotments even shorter and typing not so much a chore but almost, really, an irritating impossibility!
So today, enjoy the waning days of Summer and read the best of the best, from politics to tech, business to the arts, crime to pop culture. It's the news you need to know by and about other fabulous women in the news, every week.
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Oh and TV-- remember that? Anyone gonna watch The Emmys tomorrow night? 'The Crown' vs. 'Ted Lasso'? Have fun!
THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:
Hispanic Heritage Month Resource Toolkit 2021 via The National Women's History Museum
Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic For Teen Girls, Company Documents Show via The Wall Street Journal
Men Fall Behind In College Enrollment. Women Play Catch Up At Work. via The New York Times
Having More Power At The Bargaining Table Helps Women -- But Also Sparks Backlash via Stanford
New York Attorney General Letitia James Mulling Run For Governor via Black Enterprise
Boston Will Elect Someone Other Than A White Man As Mayor For The First Time via The 19th News
Why Some Afghan Girls Dress As Boys Until Puberty Hits--It's Called 'Bacha Posh' via Scary Mommy
Waiting To Testify At R. Kelly's Trial via The New Yorker
HEALTH & WELLNESS:
People Said The Covid Vaccine Affected Their Periods. Now $1.6 Million Will Go Into Researching It. via The Lily
THE ARTS, BEAUTY, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
Debi Allen Reflects On Storied Career, Being The First Black Female Recipient Of The Television Academy's Governors Award via Variety
What Counts As Protest Fashion? via The New Yorker
Charli D'Amelio Has Girlbossed Herself Too Close To The Sun via Slate
Chess Grandmaster Sues Netflix For 'False,' 'Grossly Sexist' Line In Queen's Gambit via The Los Angeles Times
A Candid, Vulnerable Selma Blair Explains Why She Invited Cameras To Document Her MS Journey via Variety
The Culture War Over 'Pregnant People' via The Atlantic
U.S. Soccer Offers Identical Contract Proposals To Men's And Women's Teams via The Guardian
AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT...?