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Saudi Arabia issues its first driver’s licenses to women

Saudi Arabia’s controversial ban on women drivers will lift on June 24, and 10 women have already picked their licenses up. According to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), women holding kingdom-approved international licenses Monday started trading them in for national ones from the General Traffic Directorate (GDT). SEE ALSO: GIF project highlights women and minority...CONTINUE READING
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Parkland teens are going on a summer tour with March for Our Lives

Teen activists who survived the deadly shooting at  Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are spending their summer fighting for justice. The March For Our Lives organization, which includes Stoneman Douglas students Emma Gonzalez, Jaclyn Corin, Cameron Kasky, and recent graduates David Hogg and Delaney Tarr, announced March For Our Lives: Road to Change — a...CONTINUE READING
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Apple spotlights young developers ahead of WWDC

One day before Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage at the company’s annual World Wide Developer Conference, Apple’s top executive mingled with a much smaller gathering of developers inside the Steve Jobs Theatre. Unlike the typical developer conference crowd, this crowd of 350 consisted mainly of teenagers who balance app development with homework, studying,...CONTINUE READING
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‘Dear Evan Hansen’ shines Broadway’s lights on mental health awareness

Tony award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen tackles mental health issues, anxiety, suicide, and grief in a very thought-provoking way. Cast members Taylor Trensch and Alex Boniello sit down to discuss the show’s hopeful message, overwhelmingly positive fan response, and partnerships with various mental health charities. Disclosure: Mashable’s Chief Operating Officer, Mike Kriak, is a producer...CONTINUE READING
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Activists launch nationwide day of action for #WhereAreTheChildren

Over the weekend, #WhereAreTheChildren became a viral hashtag of horror.  Initial reports that the federal government “lost” nearly 1,500 immigrant children gave way to outraged tweets, calls to action, and reflections on what it’d be like to have a child torn from your arms.   SEE ALSO: Russia stole these activists’ causes — but they’re...CONTINUE READING
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8,000 Starbucks stores close their doors for racial-bias training

Starbucks is out of business for the afternoon. In response to several Starbucks employees being accused of racial profiling customers, the coffee chain decided to close its 8,000 company-owned stores for several hours on May 29 to administer racial-bias training. SEE ALSO: How can Starbucks ensure its racial-bias training actually helps a divided America? For...CONTINUE READING
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