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Muse Magazine is the official magazine for The Art Institute of Colorado (AiC). It's a bi-annual magazine that's open to all departments and students.
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Attn: Empire Beauty School Students I'll be meeting this Wednesday at Empire Beauty Schools of Lakewood at 9:00am to show the magazine to all of you and get your feedback. Please be there and lend your opinion.
We're putting the finishing touches on the magazine that's going to print soon. All interviews, comments and the like need to be submitted before Monday. I'm still accepting any comments that you'd like published in the "Women's Rights" editorial and the "We All Bleed Red" editorial (an anti-racism piece) alike. Also if you have your own editorials, articles or columns you'd like to add, please do so now. Tracy and I should be shooting the cover sometime this weekend, so be on the lookout for that. Other than that, we're almost done everyone with issue one: elements!
I'm doing research for the Women's Rights editorial and I'm so disgusted and I find these numbers so unacceptable that I wanted to share these with you all. This is why I'm putting so much emphasis on equality, because it's non-existent in the current. Also, if anyone wants to even speak out and write something for this editorial and have it published, please contact me (Jarrod Vandenberg). We have one chance as women, men, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, girlfriends, boyfriends or just friends to speak out and say this is unacceptable. Lend your voice to the women who cannot and don't have this chance. We may only get one shot to do this, lets make it count. Here's the numbers that I hope can get fired up and speak out against the inequality that runs rampant in the world and our own country: • As of 2014 women earn 77% less than men for the exact same job. • One third of the world’s girls are married before the age of 18. • 50% of all sexual assaults worldwide are against girls 15 or younger. • Around 800 women die every day from pregnancy and childbirth. • 1 in 3 women experience physical or sexual abuse in their lifetime. In a broader sense, at least 1 in 3 women, or up to one billion women, have been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in their lifetimes. Usually, the abuser is a member of her own family or someone known to her. • Over 66 million girls are out of school globally. • Two-thirds of the world’s women are illiterate. • 1% of the titled land in the entire world is owned by women. • $37,791 is the median annual earnings of women 15 or older who worked year-round, full time in 2012. In comparison, the median annual earnings of men were $49,398. • Women comprised 56.8 percent of all college students as of 2012. • In the United States, 83 per cent of girls aged 12 to 16 have experienced some form of sexual harassment in public schools. • Domestic violence has a higher rate of repeat victimization than any other type of crime. • 40-70% of women who are murdered worldwide are killed by their current or former husband or boyfriend. • 90% of the more systematic, persistent and injurious violence that is instrumental in the maintenance of power, is perpetrated by men. • The single biggest reason why women did not leave violent partners was having nowhere to go (88%). 77% of women cited economic dependence as the main barrier to leaving. 44% of women cited fear of further violence as the main reason for not leaving.