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Can’t keep up with what’s been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what stars, artists and brands have been up to this week on social media.
Time’s Up and StoryCorps Partner to Record Women’s History
The legal defense fund Time’s Up and StoryCorps, a nonprofit organization that documents the lives of Americans, are partnering to record the stories of working women, which will then be preserved in the Library of Congress. According to StoryCorps, the goal of the project is to “record, preserve and amplify the stories of working women past and present and to create a dynamic and vital record of the stories of people in the workplace across the world.” Under the hashtag #TimesUpxStoryCorps, actresses and activists have begun interviewing women from different backgrounds for the endeavor.
#TIMESUPxStoryCorps: “We’ve just flung the barn doors wide open & the horses have run out.” – @Ashley_Judd. As heard today on @MorningEdition on @NPR , Ashley talking w/ Dr #TedKlontz about summoning courage to speak up about #Weinstein. Full interview: https://t.co/UyUFckcQE7 pic.twitter.com/Y8VeVA7sPK
— TIME’S UP (@TIMESUPNOW) March 2, 2018
According to a press release from Time’s Up, Rashida Jones, Jane Fonda, Ashley Judd and others have already recorded stories.
Viola Davis and Nicole Kidman Wear International Women’s Day T-Shirts
Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, online retailer Net-a-Porter released a limited collection of International Women’s Day T-shirts, created in collaboration with designers Stella McCartney ($270), Bella Freud ($128), Ganni ($105), Off-White, Rosie Assoulin and more. Proceeds from the T-shirt sales go to Women for Women International, a nonprofit that supports marginalized women in countries affected by war and conflict.
Kim Kardashian Debuts Pink Hair in Tokyo
Kim Kardashian’s famously blond locks are now pink. Hairstylist Justine Marjan created the look: candy pink with dark roots — perfect for Tokyo’s “kawaii” (cute or lovable) culture. Sisters Kourtney and a very pregnant Khloe joined Kim on the Tokyo trip to sightsee and dine in sushi hotspots. According to People magazine, the sisters met Hello Kitty while filming their reality show.
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