Black women march against racial injustice. (Washington Post)

Starbucks, Google assailed by investors over gender policies. (Bloomberg)

More mothers working in England than two decades ago: official data. (Reuters)

Venture capitalists with daughters are more successful. (The Economist)

The state of women in computer science: An investigative report. (Tech Republic)

‘Mumpreneur’: Not all business women like the label. (Huffington Post)

Women mentoring women: lessons from a Boeing vice president. (The Atlantic)

Close relatives can push new mums to work longer. (The Conversation)

Women judges to dominate Colombia war tribunals. (Reuters)

Paris catwalks hit with size-zero ban. (New York Times)

Why millennial women of colour can’t “lean in”. (World Economic Forum)

Fat women on TV. (Slate)

What we can learn about resilience from female leaders of the UN. (Harvard Business Review)

Chart of the week: The number of female managers hired at venture-capital firms.
Source: “And the Children Shall Lead”, May 2017 republished The Economist

Quote of the week

“We've seen domestic violence incidents over the years where people who are mentally troubled are allowed access to guns and have taken the lives of young women and children, families. This is an issue that concerns us all.”

Tamika Mallory, July, 2017
National co-chair for the Women’s March
‘Why a Women's March Cofounder Says Every Feminist Should Care About Gun Control’, Popsugar