Things We Saw Today: Bloodline Posters Encourage Us to #VoteforLeia
A vote for Leia is a vote to protect the Republic.
- Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack’s recently-released book Women in Tech features contributions from badasses like Angie Chang, Katie Cunningham, Keren Elazari, Miah Johnson, Kristin Toth Smith, Brianna Wu, and Kamilah Taylor. You should definitely check out the book, but in the meantime, you can also take a listen to this “How to Succeed as a Woman in Tech” panel featuring Wheeler Van Vlack and the book’s contributors.
- Shonda Rhimes is going to receive the International Emmy Founders Award! Blavity reports that the Award is “given to those who make a significant global impact in television and its production quality.”
- Composer Stephen Schwartz has written a letter condemning North Carolina’s Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, and calling for his fellow artists and creators “to join me in refusing to license our properties to, or permit productions of our work by, theaters and organizations in North Carolina until this heinous legislation is repealed.” (via Playbill.com)
- Comedian and writer Michelle Wolfe has joined The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as a writer and on-air contributor! (via Deadline)
Well, that’s what we saw today. What about you?
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