• Women's Guide to Professional Dress for an Interview | Global Image Group

    With the unemployment rate in the United States at an all time high, interviews can be very stressful for many job-seekers so it is imperative that you showcase your unique abilities and demonstrate you are an ideal candidate for the company. In order for you to project the best image during your interview, you must feel good in your clothing, have a positive outlook, and remember that when in doubt, boring is better. The general rules for proper attire to an interview vary by gender, job industry, and season.

    published: 12 Jun 2009
  • Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women

    Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women * Randall Eberts Presient, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research * Youngock Kim Senior Fellow, Korea Women's Development Institute * Hyewon Ko Senior Research Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training(KRIVET) * Hiroyuki Fukuhara Professor, Department of Economics, Osaka City University, Japan Moderated by * Sangmee Bak Professor, Division of International Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2013 Korean female employment with 53.9% is the highest level since 2000, but it is still a low level compared with the OECD average of 57.2% (in the 15 to 64 age range, 2012). Especially, women in their 30s’career discontinuity by childbirth and rearing is 52.5% and a third of them haven’t been employe...

    published: 06 Jan 2015
  • What stands in the way of women being equal to men? BBC News

    Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews 'All That Stands In The Way' is a BBC documentary following the lives of four teenage girls in Jordan, Lesotho, Iceland & UK in an effort to understand the roots of gender inequality. There is no country in the world where men and women are equal. Contact reporter Ros Atkins on Twitter @BBCRosAtkins. Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews

    published: 26 Mar 2014
  • Global Ethics Forum: The Needs of Refugee Women and Children in the Global Humanitarian Crisis

    In this powerful talk, executive director Sarah Costa explains the work of the Women's Refugee Commission, and discusses the current crisis. The numbers are staggering: one in 122 people across the world have been forced to flee, and the majority are women and children. The average length of displacement is 20 years. What can be done to help? For full transcript and audio and video clips, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20160621b/index.html

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • Full How Women Work Success Story - Global Women Qatar

    published: 11 Mar 2014
  • Global Divas Voices From Women Of The World Cheikha Rimitti - 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' Algerian

    Track 12 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' by Cheikha Rimitti from the fabulous 1995 3CD compilation set Global Divas Voices From Women of The World Disc 3. Cheikha Rimitti was a popular Algerian raï female singer. She was born in Tessala, a small village in western Algeria in 1923, and named Saadia, meaning joyful. This name did not match the reality of her early life, however, as she had been orphaned as a child and began to live rough, earning a few francs working in the fields and doing other menial jobs. At 15 she joined a troupe of traditional Algerian musicians and learnt to sing and dance. In 1943 she moved to the rural town of Relizane and began writing her own songs. Her songs described the tough life endured by the Algerian poor, focusing on everyday struggle of living, pleasures of sex, ...

    published: 07 Apr 2013
  • 2015 Global Women's Forum - Part 6 featuring PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi

    Chief Operating Officer Judith McKenna speaks with PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi at Walmart's inaugural Global Women's Forum. To learn more about Women's Economic Empowerment, visit http://corporate.walmart.com/global-responsibility/womens-economic-empowerment/

    published: 12 Jun 2015
  • Getting Down to Business Women, Work, and the Global Economy (IMF Video)

    "Getting Down to Business: Women, Work, and the Global Economy" seminar, held in George Washington University on the sidelines of the World Bank Spring Meetings. Panelists included: -Dr Sahar Nasr, Minister of International Cooperation. -Mr. David Lipton, former First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund. -Ms. Laura Tyson, former member of the US Department of State Foreign Affairs Policy Board and a member of President Obama’s Council of Jobs and Competitiveness and the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board. -Ms. Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International. -Mr. Lant Pritchett, Professor of the Practice of International Development at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Moderated by BBC lead anchor, Katty Kay.

    published: 18 Apr 2016
  • Women of Colour in the Global Women's Strike on the 1000 Mother's March for Justice

    All carers & supporters welcome. Protest against cuts, caps, hunger, evictions and fear -- they hurt us and they hurt our children. 11am Saturday 13th April 2013 Assemble at Tottenham Town Hall N15 4RY. Seven Sisters Move off at 11.30 -- march up Tottenham High Road to BRUCE CASTLE PARK tennis courts entrance N17 8NS For a PUBLIC SPEAK-OUT Bring your buggies and children, and other family members. Invite your friends. All communities together to defend our rights. We care for children and others in the community. Justice = recognition of our caring work, a living income, affordable homes for all. No one should be made homeless or destitute. The welfare cuts target the poorest among us and must be stopped. Stop evictions, stop ghettoes. No ethnic/social cleansing. Thousands of families ...

    published: 22 Apr 2013
  • How Women Work Success Story 2: Global Women Qatar

    Hear from Elizabeth and Danielle of Global Women Qatar how they have benefitted from being a part of the How Women Work Community.

    published: 04 Jan 2014
  • Access W hosts women on The Global Women entrepreneurship Day. Nov19, 2014

    The Tori Burch case study.

    published: 01 Feb 2015
  • Deborah Gillis Speaks at General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit

    Catalyst President and CEO, Deborah Gillis, provides the keynote speech on the topic of Inclusive Leadership at the General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit, Building a Winning Culture - Why Women Matter (2005).

    published: 08 Jul 2015
  • Global Women's Forum Dubai 2016

    published: 22 Apr 2016
  • 2014 United Nations Interns

    United Nations - 2014 Interns and staff members share their unique experiences about working as global citizens at the New York headquarters. https://careers.un.org/lbw/Home.aspx

    published: 15 Sep 2014
  • WEConnect International: Connecting Women Business Owners to Global Opportunities

    WEConnect International helps women-owned businesses succeed in global value chains. We identify, educate, register, and certify women's business enterprises based outside of the U.S. that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women, and then connects them with multinational corporate buyers. Learn more www.weconnectinternational.org

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • Women's Global Network (WGN): About WGN with Founder Linda Lattimore

    Learn more about WGN and its mission and vision in this conversation with WGN Founder Linda Lattimore. www.wgn-global.com TRANSCRIPTION ------------------------------- Hello, My name is Linda Lattimore and I am the founder of the Women's Global Network, a women's business networking group that I launched in 2006. Throughout my career as both an attorney and the owner of different companies, I have observed and listened to the needs of women in the workforce both in the corporate world and as business owners competing neck to neck with other companies that had more connections or perhaps more funding. So many times, they were just looking for another woman to talk with who had already walked the path and who could just point them in the right direction. They were looking for...

    published: 25 Oct 2010
Women's Guide to Professional Dress for an Interview | Global Image Group

Women's Guide to Professional Dress for an Interview | Global Image Group

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  • Updated: 12 Jun 2009
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With the unemployment rate in the United States at an all time high, interviews can be very stressful for many job-seekers so it is imperative that you showcase your unique abilities and demonstrate you are an ideal candidate for the company. In order for you to project the best image during your interview, you must feel good in your clothing, have a positive outlook, and remember that when in doubt, boring is better. The general rules for proper attire to an interview vary by gender, job industry, and season.
https://wn.com/Women's_Guide_To_Professional_Dress_For_An_Interview_|_Global_Image_Group
Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women

Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2015
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Global HR Forum 2014 | C-1 | Creating Jobs for Women * Randall Eberts Presient, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research * Youngock Kim Senior Fellow, Korea Women's Development Institute * Hyewon Ko Senior Research Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training(KRIVET) * Hiroyuki Fukuhara Professor, Department of Economics, Osaka City University, Japan Moderated by * Sangmee Bak Professor, Division of International Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2013 Korean female employment with 53.9% is the highest level since 2000, but it is still a low level compared with the OECD average of 57.2% (in the 15 to 64 age range, 2012). Especially, women in their 30s’career discontinuity by childbirth and rearing is 52.5% and a third of them haven’t been employed again. Because of childbirth and rearing problems, their economic activity rate with 56.0% is very low level compared with men’s rate with 93.3% although women in their 20s’ economic activity rate with 62.9% overtakes the men’s rate with 62.6%. The women’s career discontinuity is wreaking havoc on the utilization of human resources and wage differentials. In this session, we would like to discuss career maintenance support to create jobs for women and policy plans for customized reemployment support and work family compatibility.
https://wn.com/Global_Hr_Forum_2014_|_C_1_|_Creating_Jobs_For_Women
What stands in the way of women being equal to men? BBC News

What stands in the way of women being equal to men? BBC News

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  • Updated: 26 Mar 2014
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Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews 'All That Stands In The Way' is a BBC documentary following the lives of four teenage girls in Jordan, Lesotho, Iceland & UK in an effort to understand the roots of gender inequality. There is no country in the world where men and women are equal. Contact reporter Ros Atkins on Twitter @BBCRosAtkins. Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
https://wn.com/What_Stands_In_The_Way_Of_Women_Being_Equal_To_Men_BBC_News
Global Ethics Forum: The Needs of Refugee Women and Children in the Global Humanitarian Crisis

Global Ethics Forum: The Needs of Refugee Women and Children in the Global Humanitarian Crisis

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  • Duration: 27:08
  • Updated: 11 Nov 2016
  • views: 116
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In this powerful talk, executive director Sarah Costa explains the work of the Women's Refugee Commission, and discusses the current crisis. The numbers are staggering: one in 122 people across the world have been forced to flee, and the majority are women and children. The average length of displacement is 20 years. What can be done to help? For full transcript and audio and video clips, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20160621b/index.html
https://wn.com/Global_Ethics_Forum_The_Needs_Of_Refugee_Women_And_Children_In_The_Global_Humanitarian_Crisis
Full How Women Work Success Story - Global Women Qatar

Full How Women Work Success Story - Global Women Qatar

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  • Updated: 11 Mar 2014
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https://wn.com/Full_How_Women_Work_Success_Story_Global_Women_Qatar
Global Divas Voices From Women Of The World Cheikha Rimitti - 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' Algerian

Global Divas Voices From Women Of The World Cheikha Rimitti - 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' Algerian

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  • Updated: 07 Apr 2013
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Track 12 'Anta Rabhi Ou Ras Ma' by Cheikha Rimitti from the fabulous 1995 3CD compilation set Global Divas Voices From Women of The World Disc 3. Cheikha Rimitti was a popular Algerian raï female singer. She was born in Tessala, a small village in western Algeria in 1923, and named Saadia, meaning joyful. This name did not match the reality of her early life, however, as she had been orphaned as a child and began to live rough, earning a few francs working in the fields and doing other menial jobs. At 15 she joined a troupe of traditional Algerian musicians and learnt to sing and dance. In 1943 she moved to the rural town of Relizane and began writing her own songs. Her songs described the tough life endured by the Algerian poor, focusing on everyday struggle of living, pleasures of sex, love, alcohol and friendship and the realities of war. Traditionally, songs of lust had been sung privately by Algerian women at rural wedding celebrations but were considered crude and unfit to be heard in polite society. Rimitti was one of the first to sing them in public and did so in the earthy language of the street, using a rich blend of slang and patois. She eventually composed more than 200 songs but remained illiterate all her life. Her fame spread by word of mouth across Algeria during the Second World War until she was taken under the patronage of a well-known Algerian musician of the time, Cheikh Mohammed Ould Ennems, who took her to Algiers where she made her first radio broadcasts. Soon after, she adopted the name Cheikha Rimitti.
https://wn.com/Global_Divas_Voices_From_Women_Of_The_World_Cheikha_Rimitti_'Anta_Rabhi_Ou_Ras_Ma'_Algerian
2015 Global Women's Forum - Part 6 featuring PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi

2015 Global Women's Forum - Part 6 featuring PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi

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Chief Operating Officer Judith McKenna speaks with PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi at Walmart's inaugural Global Women's Forum. To learn more about Women's Economic Empowerment, visit http://corporate.walmart.com/global-responsibility/womens-economic-empowerment/
https://wn.com/2015_Global_Women's_Forum_Part_6_Featuring_Pepsico_Ceo_Indra_Nooyi
Getting Down to Business  Women, Work, and the Global Economy (IMF Video)

Getting Down to Business Women, Work, and the Global Economy (IMF Video)

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  • Updated: 18 Apr 2016
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Women of Colour in the Global Women's Strike on the 1000 Mother's March for Justice

Women of Colour in the Global Women's Strike on the 1000 Mother's March for Justice

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2013
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All carers & supporters welcome. Protest against cuts, caps, hunger, evictions and fear -- they hurt us and they hurt our children. 11am Saturday 13th April 2013 Assemble at Tottenham Town Hall N15 4RY. Seven Sisters Move off at 11.30 -- march up Tottenham High Road to BRUCE CASTLE PARK tennis courts entrance N17 8NS For a PUBLIC SPEAK-OUT Bring your buggies and children, and other family members. Invite your friends. All communities together to defend our rights. We care for children and others in the community. Justice = recognition of our caring work, a living income, affordable homes for all. No one should be made homeless or destitute. The welfare cuts target the poorest among us and must be stopped. Stop evictions, stop ghettoes. No ethnic/social cleansing. Thousands of families banished from London forced to move to Wigan or Birmingham. London is one of the most diverse cities on earth. Together we make it great. It doesn't belong to the filthy rich. We refuse to be uprooted. Contact: Rev Paul Nicolson taxpayersagainstpovertytap@gmail.com 020 8376 5455 MOTHERS AND OTHER CARERS SAY: We are getting together to help each other and stop the welfare cuts. We are not skivers. Being a mother or caring for a sick, disabled or elderly person is hard and vital work. Our children are everyone's future. How we care for the most vulnerable tells what society we live in. Disabled mums are found 'fit for work' and cut off benefits because we manage to care for our children. Mothers bear the stress and worry. We risk being evicted when we put feeding our children before paying the rent. The cuts hit women most. Domestic violence rises as escape routes are cut. Large families will suffer more from the benefit cap. Thousands of children are being taken into care because their mothers are impoverished. The bedroom tax will divide our families -- we won't be able to keep a room for the children we share with ex-partners, carers and relatives. Wages are too low to pay the rent; even when we earn we need benefits. Young people also suffer -- no jobs, no affordable homes. We are forced into debt. Some of us go into the sex industry to survive. Food banks are humiliating. We are entitled to a living income, not charity. Thousands of families will be shipped out of London. The cuts in our benefit incomes are paying for a tax cut for the wealthiest, tax havens for corporations and the bailout of the banks. We demand: • Affordable housing. Rent controls. No housing benefit cap. No bedroom tax. • A living wage. Mothers and carers are entitled to support. • Adequate benefits linked to the increasing prices of food, fuel, clothes, transport and other necessities. • Full rights & benefits for disabled people. • Don't force people out of London • End the new poll tax. 1000 Mothers initiated by Taxpayers Against Poverty (TAP) and supported by: Barnet Alliance for Public Services, Day-Mer Turkish & Kurdish Community Organisation, UCU at CONEL, Global Women's Strike, Haringey Alliance for Public Services, Haringey Defend Council Housing, Haringey Federation of Residents Associations, Haringey Green Party, Haringey Housing Action Group, Haringey Solidarity Group, Haringey Trades Council, Haringey UNISON, Holy Cross United Reformed Church, London Region National Pensioners Convention, Single Mothers' Self-Defence, Socialist Women's Union, Socialist Workers Party, Somerford Grove Community Centre, St. Paul's C-of-E Tottenham, WinVisible (women with visible and invisible disabilities)
https://wn.com/Women_Of_Colour_In_The_Global_Women's_Strike_On_The_1000_Mother's_March_For_Justice
How Women Work Success Story 2: Global Women Qatar

How Women Work Success Story 2: Global Women Qatar

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Hear from Elizabeth and Danielle of Global Women Qatar how they have benefitted from being a part of the How Women Work Community.
https://wn.com/How_Women_Work_Success_Story_2_Global_Women_Qatar
Access W hosts women on The Global Women entrepreneurship Day. Nov19, 2014

Access W hosts women on The Global Women entrepreneurship Day. Nov19, 2014

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The Tori Burch case study.
https://wn.com/Access_W_Hosts_Women_On_The_Global_Women_Entrepreneurship_Day._Nov19,_2014
Deborah Gillis Speaks at General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit

Deborah Gillis Speaks at General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit

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Catalyst President and CEO, Deborah Gillis, provides the keynote speech on the topic of Inclusive Leadership at the General Motors Global Women's Leadership Summit, Building a Winning Culture - Why Women Matter (2005).
https://wn.com/Deborah_Gillis_Speaks_At_General_Motors_Global_Women's_Leadership_Summit
Global Women's Forum Dubai 2016

Global Women's Forum Dubai 2016

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2016
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2014 United Nations Interns

2014 United Nations Interns

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2014
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United Nations - 2014 Interns and staff members share their unique experiences about working as global citizens at the New York headquarters. https://careers.un.org/lbw/Home.aspx
https://wn.com/2014_United_Nations_Interns
WEConnect International: Connecting Women Business Owners to Global Opportunities

WEConnect International: Connecting Women Business Owners to Global Opportunities

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2015
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WEConnect International helps women-owned businesses succeed in global value chains. We identify, educate, register, and certify women's business enterprises based outside of the U.S. that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women, and then connects them with multinational corporate buyers. Learn more www.weconnectinternational.org
https://wn.com/Weconnect_International_Connecting_Women_Business_Owners_To_Global_Opportunities
Women's Global Network (WGN): About WGN with Founder Linda Lattimore

Women's Global Network (WGN): About WGN with Founder Linda Lattimore

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Learn more about WGN and its mission and vision in this conversation with WGN Founder Linda Lattimore. www.wgn-global.com TRANSCRIPTION ------------------------------- Hello, My name is Linda Lattimore and I am the founder of the Women's Global Network, a women's business networking group that I launched in 2006. Throughout my career as both an attorney and the owner of different companies, I have observed and listened to the needs of women in the workforce both in the corporate world and as business owners competing neck to neck with other companies that had more connections or perhaps more funding. So many times, they were just looking for another woman to talk with who had already walked the path and who could just point them in the right direction. They were looking for a "personal" relationship, not just someone who would throw a business card at them and "sell" them. It became abundantly clear to me that women will opt to do business with friends they trust at every opportunity. As interesting and dynamic women began to show up at the meetings genuinely thrilled to find each other and I watched business deals coming together over golf games, wine dinners, spa parties and branding panels, I could see relief in each of them. They had found their "kitchen cabinet", that intimate circle of women that were smart and had business savvy, who were unselfishly interested in helping each other grow their business. If there was a caterer or florist in the group they used her. The same held true for the insurance maven, the webmistress, the Doctor, lawyer or banker, restauranteur, accountant or bookkeeper, massage therapist or technology guru. They were there for each other and they called on each other. Before we knew it, there were branches in other cities and other worthwhile programs were being created. Our Young Professionals Group was started for young women ages 21-30 who were navigating challenging new jobs, or in a number of cases, boldly starting their own businesses. Mentoring programs were created to match up young women with other women in the same industry or field who were just a little farther down the path than they were. This pilot program has been very successful thanks to the hard work of our members. Our hope is to launch it in all of our cities in the coming year and to work with local corporations creating programs that will ensure the success of our young women entering the workforce today. As a mother with two daughters in their twenties, I am especially grateful that WGN recognizes this need. But I have to say that the program that has touched my heart and personally changed my life the most has been our Global Business Partners program. In 2008, we launched this program on International Women's Day. WGN branches and their members adopted and became partners to women in villages in the developing world, raising awareness and encouraging their own communities to share their resources in a way that supports empowerment. Through member donations, WGN members invest in microfinance programs that make small loans to women-owned businesses in underdeveloped countries. In our first year, we assisted women in 5 impoverished villages in Tanzania, Ghana, Honduras, Mexico and Zambia to start their businesses. We know that giving women the control and the responsibility of small loans raises their socio-economic status and that loans to women tend to more often benefit the whole family as they allow mothers to feed, clothe and educate their children. The WGN vision is to continue this journey of establishing a network of sister cities, creating personal connections and effecting positive change. Our members understand that it's not just about a shift of money from those of us who have a little more to those that have less. It's about passing on education and experiences while we receive them and learn as well. The WGN Global Immersion Trips give our members the chance to travel to meet their Global Business Partners and to actively work with them as they grow their businesses. The future is bright for the Women's Global Network as we meet each month to continue to support each other, help our young women on their own exciting journeys and know that we are creating true partnerships where we can celebrate the successes of women all around the world. I hope you will consider becoming active with WGN and joining us on this amazing adventure!
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