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Gender Discrimination in Soccer
By WITI News Staff

On July 7, 2019, with a final score of 2-0, the U.S. women's soccer team beat out the Netherlands to take their fourth World Cup victory.   Read More

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How Lending Discrimination Holds Tech Women Back
By Anna Johansson

Startups are the future of our national economy, but if you take a closer look at this growing class of businesses, women are notably absent.   Read More

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How to Inspire Yourself When You are the Victim of Bias
By Will Marré

Victimhood has a bad name. People who feel like victims are told they are weak. Psychologists even have a name for it...learned helplessness. But in my experience being victimized is often a reality.   Read More

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By Carolyn Leighton

At age 67, I have seen decades of racism and discrimination. I was born white, but every time I witnessed an attack - large and small - towards someone because their skin was a different color, because they looked, dressed, thought differently - from the time I was a young child - I felt as if I was being assaulted. I never thought the day would come when the MAJORITY of the population would rise above the lowest level of human behavior - racism - but my heart was singing last night, as I watched, through tears of joy our new President Elect Barack Obama being swept into Office.   Read More