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"Professions Associated with Women Are Lower Paid"

The New York Times
Ai-jen Poo, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
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"Expanding What's Possible for Domestic Workers"

The Progressive
Ai-jen Poo, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
"#31Days of Feminism: Ai-jen Poo" thumbnail

"#31Days of Feminism: Ai-jen Poo"

NBC News
Ai-jen Poo, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
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Inspiring Creativity: Celebrating 35 Years of MacArthur Fellows Discussion at City Club of Chicago

MacArthur's Cecilia Conrad discusses the MacArthur Fellows Program as it marks its 35th anniversary, and moderates a discussion at the City Club of Chicago with labor organizer Ai-Jen Poo and artist Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, both Fellows.

"Inspiring Creativity: 35 Years of the MacArthur Fellows Program"

City Club of Chicago
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle , 2001 MacArthur Fellow
Ai-jen Poo, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
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"Ai-jen Poo on Creativity"

Twitter Video
Ai-jen Poo, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
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21 Extraordinarily Creative People Who Inspire Us All: Meet the 2014 MacArthur Fellows

“Those who think creativity is dying should examine the life’s work of these extraordinary innovators who work in diverse fields and in different ways to improve our lives...” Cecilia Conrad, Vice President, MacArthur Fellows Program.
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"Five Myths About the MacArthur ‘Genius Grants’"

Commentary by Cecilia Conrad originally published in the Washington Post
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Mobility Among Highly Creative People: What Data About MacArthur Fellows Reveal

Data compiled for the first time show that creativity blossoms everywhere; MacArthur Fellows were born in 64 countries, 47 states, and Washington, DC, and they are far more mobile than the general population.