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Terry’s Picks: Uzo Aduba, Smart Girls, Wielding Your Media Power

Congrats,
Uzo:
Uzo Aduba, one of the presenters at this year’s NYWIFT
Designing Women Awards, won
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama
the Emmy Awards this weekend. She
thanked all those in her life who, she said, “let me be me.”

Thanks,
Amy:
Amy Poehler’s Smart
Girls
asked thoughtful,
hard-hitting questions
on the Emmy’s red carpet. The best
part? They came mostly from teenage girls. #AskHerMore

Ten
Ways:
Check out these 10 Ways to Wield Your Media Power for
Women’s Equality
from Forbes.

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