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vice/broadly: The Candidate Who Decided to Run After Trump Bragged About Sexual Assault
Mallory McMorrow says she remembers thinking: "How do you tell your daughters that this is not only acceptable behavior but that it’s laudable?"
vox: “We’ve never seen anything like this”: how Trump inspired women to run for office
The 2016 election has motivated a groundswell of women to run. And they may fare better than Clinton.
mic: 33 WOMEN WHO ARE FIGHTING TRUMP BY RUNNING FOR OFFICE
It’s been exactly a year since Donald Trump won the presidency.
Instead of giving into despair, these women took matters into their own hands — by running for office.
Bustle: What Kamala Harris' Critics Don't Understand About Female Politicians
No one is more familiar with the compromises required of women in politics than women in politics. Mallory McMorrow, a graduate of political training program Emerge Michigan who’s currently exploring a run for office, is intimately familiar with the kind of tradeoff that’s plagued women like Harris and Clinton.
Mallory McMorrow on Union Members Radio
Mallory McMorrow joins Dave Hecker from the American Federation of Teachers on Union Members Radio to discuss education.
model d media: The gig economy: Can you make a living freelancing in Metro Detroit?
Royal Oak-based freelance creative consultant Mallory McMorrow found a similarly pleasant surprise in making the transition from the west coast to Detroit. McMorrow, whose work ranges from brand strategy to film production, moved here from Los Angeles in 2015 in order to be closer to her fiance's work. Although she's had opportunities to continue working with some of her old L.A. clients, she's chosen to emphasize building new relationships here.