What We’re Reading Today (11/13)

Each morning, IWPR’s @landewatson compiles articles on gender, race, economics, and other policy issues IWPR staff want to know about. See below for what we’re reading today. (Note: articles included do not necessarily reflect the views of IWPR’s staff.)


NBC New York

Job Hunting? Here Are 4 Ways NYC’s New Salary Question Ban Could Affect You, According to CNBC

November 10




Why the rise of the robots won’t mean the end of work

Joss Fong, November 13


The New York Times

Silence Lifts in Statehouses as Harassment Scandals Bring Swift Penalties

Campbell Robertson and Jess Bidgood, November 12


The New York Times

Behind the Lucrative Assembly Line of Student Debt Lawsuits

Stacy Cowley and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, November 13
The New York Times

Plugging Into the Gig Economy, From Home With a Headset

Noam Scheiber, November 11




Instead of mourning great art tainted by awful men, mourn the work we lost from their victims

Caroline Franke, November 13


Vanity Fair

Gal Gadot Reportedly Won’t Return for Wonder Woman 2 If Brett Ratner Does

Emma Stefansky, November 12



The New York Times

A Toxic Mix: Sex, Religion and Hypocrisy

Sylvie Kauffmann, November 13


The Washington Post

Where do kids learn to undervalue women? From their parents.

Darcy Lockman, November 10


USA Today

Secret settlements protect sexual predators

USA Today Editorial Board, November 12


The Washington Post

How SNL and Tiffany Haddish went after sexual misconduct

Elahe Izadi, November 12


The New York Times

We’re Sick of Racism, Literally

Douglas Jacobs, November 11


The New York Times

Women Cracked Wartime Codes. They Can Fix Tech Today, Too.

Liza Mundy, November 11


The New York Times

The Lose-Lose Life of the Female Comedian

Marcia Belsky, November 11

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