Title, author, publication, date, and url for your news article.

Brief (1-2 sentence) summary of the main topic of the article.

Why would this article be of particular interest to a Women’s Studies student or scholar? If you’re not sure, one place to start is to review the information about Women’s Studies found in Module 1: What Is Women’s Studies?.

What did you learn that you didn’t already know by reading this article?

Which topic, person, example, or idea in the article would you like to know more about? What questions would you suggest the reporter ask in a follow-up article?

What social, political, personal, historical, economic, artistic, or other impact might the information in this article have? Why?

Is there anything you read or thought about while reading the article that has relevance to your life outside of this class or outside of the article itself?

Include quotes and examples to support your discussion as part of your responses to questions 3-7. Remember to include in-text citations and a References list for all references to the article or class learning resources, whether quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.

The article:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/01/business/economy/minority-women-hispanics-jobs.html