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  • The Cut featured Diane von Furstenberg in their “How I Get It Done” series.
  • Variety noted that Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson became the first Black women nominated for an Oscar for makeup and hairstyling.
  • NBC News explored how the last year has changed our bodies. 
  • Bloomberg Law shared the stories of young lawyers who’ve made partner in the last year (h/t to Above the Law). 
  • BBC Worklife looked at how the “nice guy” penalty disadvantages all workers.
  • Above the Law reported that Brooklyn declared March 15 as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Day, and a statue honoring her was unveiled. 
  • The Strategist listed 61 ways to donate in support of Asian communities. 
  • Mashable looked at the dangers of TikTok mental health creators being confused for therapists. 
  • ProPublica reported that you may soon be able to do a background check on people you’re interested in on dating apps like Tinder and OkCupid. 
  • Harper’s Bazaar listed the 10 best books of 2021 so far.

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