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On Sunday night, Jessica Mendoza became the first woman to announce a Sunday Night Baseball broadcast for ESPN. And she killed it. “Jessica Mendoza is making interesting, intelligent points and I am learning things. Please keep her in this booth @espn” wrote one Twitter user. “JeContinue Reading →
If you think gender equality has a ways to go in the United States, just be grateful we’re not Japan. The World Economic Forum ranks Japan 104th out of 142 countries assessed in its Gender Gap Index, and women are only 11 percent of Japan’s managers and supervisors. So Japan has Continue Reading →