- Glamour shared that Ulta has pledged to double the number of of Black-owned brands they sell in 2021.
- Above the Law noted that Harvard Law School student Logan E. Brown has created “The Ultimate Work-From-Home Blazer” — and more.
- WPIX reported that Century 21, which in September 2020 revealed that it was filing for bankruptcy and closing its stores, has announced it will relaunch.
- The Cut shared that, in response to anti-Asian violence, designers Haoran Li and Siying Qu (of NYC label Private Policy) have put together a collection inspired by the 19th-century Chinese immigrants who helped build the transcontinental railroad.
- Harvard Business Review explained how to ask for an extended leave from work.
- Jessica Valenti asked in her newsletter, “Is divorce the only answer to an unequal marriage?”
- Ms. Magazine spoke with feminists about their hopes for the Biden-Harris administration.
- FairWarning noted that California’s 662 publicly traded companies have added 669 women to their boards in the past two years — thanks to CA Senate Bill 826.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, with “These Aren’t Sweatpants — They’re Joggers.”
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