Last night on "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart did what he does best... delivered his brilliant spin on the story that, over the last 48 hours, has been making global headlines around the world, and skewered mainstream media in the process.
He showed how the positive commentary swirling around Caitlyn Jenner's debut on ... [Read More]
As a child in England who loved to garden, Sarah Hatton became fascinated by bees after learning about the critical role they play in our ecosystem, and resolved to keep her own some day. Now an accomplished visual artist and proud beekeeper, she not only made good on that childhood ... [Read More]
If you are like us, we are always looking for a great new book, and with summer just around the corner, we’ve been on the search for some recommendations.
The mass amount of summer reading lists recently released have us feeling well, a bit overwhelmed. And although crowd-sourcing on social media sometimes yields decent results, ... [Read More]
With the latest crop of college grads on the hunt for career launching jobs, ThomasMansfield, a UK based firm specializing in employment law, wanted to find out how seriously companies take discrimination laws. So they decided to ask graduates... what's the worst question you've ever been asked at a job interview? ... [Read More]
The Black Heroines Project, by Brooklyn photographer Marc Bushelle and his wife Janine Harper, stars their 5-year-old daughter Lily as trailblazing African-American women, and it’s fabulous!
Inspired by Jaime Moore’s Not Just A Girl photo series, Marc and Janine wanted to create something special for their daughter that would ... [Read More]
Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus, the filmmakers behind the 2012 documentary, Sexy Baby, explore a disturbing bi-product of the selfie-obsessed, fame chasing, digital age in their latest film, Hot Girls Wanted, which hit Netflix on Friday. Produced by Rashida Jones, and considered the breakout documentary at the 2015 Sundance ... [Read More]
In February 2012, Women You Should Know profiled Samantha Brown as part of our WYSKumentary video series. We had the privilege of telling the story of this small town, girl-next-door who landed herself the "best job in the world" as host of a travel series bearing her name on the Travel Channel. Fifteen years ... [Read More]
Freelance illustrator Ellen Crenshaw loves telling stories through pictures and she does just that in her newest series, “We Are Entitled To Wear Cowboy Boots To Our Own Revolution,” which features some of our favorite WYSKy women and their words of wisdom. ... [Read More]