We're excited to see examples of creative justice all over the world and the web today in favor of equity in the workplace, in leadership, in communities, and in our homes. We're sharing a few of our favorite moments of this year's demonstrations, and catching up on the history of this day of action.
The New York Times has written the obituaries of 15 women they'd previously overlooked and neglected to write about upon their deaths. These remarkable women include Ida B. Wells, Marsha P. Johnson, and Slyvia Plath. Even today, only about one in five New York Times obituaries is about a woman, and it's encouraging to see visible media outlets like them owning their wrongs and attempting to correct them. This truth telling is important peacebuilding work! We hope to see more, and we hope it spreads.