“It’s an especially big deal for us to expand our original Flatiron space, which we opened only 19 months ago.”
The State Department’s office for global women’s issues retweeted and deleted an Ivanka Trump post advertising her book “Women Who Work.”
Ivanka Trump offers some details in “Women Who Work” about how she and Jared Kushner observe the Sabbath and make matches between their friends.
New York Times reviewer Jennifer Senior likens the book to “a strawberry milkshake.”
Ivanka Trump has made her brand about supporting working women and says her father is on board. But how can we take her at her word when her clothing line designers don’t get a single day of paid maternity leave, and her father underpays his female employees?
FORWARD EDITORIAL: Female breadwinners now lead 40% of American families. Our society — including the Jewish community — must change fast to handle this new reality.
FORWARD EDITORIAL: Both First Lady Michelle Obama and Ann Romney made eloquent convention speeches. But why did neither one have much to say about working women?