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Sat Jan 13, 2018, 01:19 AM

Seth Meyers: Guest Jake Tapper Talks About His Stephen Miller Interview



Jake Tapper reflects on his interview with Trump official Stephen Miller and explains whether or not he has empathy for the fallen members of the Trump administration.



Jake Tapper Shares His Thoughts on Michael Wolff's Book



Jake Tapper shares his thoughts on Michael Wolff and his book on the Trump administration and talks about his 10-year-old daughter's recent op-ed in The New York Times.

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Rhiannon12866 Jan 2018 OP
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Sat Jan 13, 2018, 01:43 AM

1. Im 10. And I Want Girls to Raise Their Hands.



By ALICE PAUL TAPPER

Last year on a fourth-grade field trip, I noticed that all the boys stood in the front and raised their hands while most of the girls politely stayed in the back and were quiet. It made me upset.

On the car ride home I told my mom about what happened. We talked about how it seemed unfair and how boys and girls should be equal. My mom talks to me a lot about womenís rights and how women are treated differently.

I told my mom that I thought girls werenít raising their hands because they were afraid that the answer was going to be wrong and that they would be embarrassed. I also think they were being quiet because the boys already had the teacherís attention, and they worried they might not be able to get it. My mom and I decided that we should take the experience to my Girl Scout troop.

We talked about it as a troop. All 12 girls in our troop said this was a problem they also noticed and we talked about how we could improve it. I suggested that we create a Girl Scout patch that would encourage girls to raise their hands in class and be more confident about using our voices. The other girls loved the idea, and they had other suggestions. As a troop we decided to go the local council, Girl Scouts Nationís Capital, which represents more than 62,000 girls in the Greater Washington, D.C., region, to present our idea.

We decided to call it the Raise Your Hand patch. Its message is that girls should have confidence, step up and become leaders by raising our hands.

As with every patch in Girl Scouts, you have to earn this one. To get it, a scout needs to pledge to raise her hand in class and recruit at least three other girls who promise to do the same. As of this week, troops across the country can order the Raise Your Hand patch. Iím proudly wearing mine.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/31/opinion/im-10-and-i-want-girls-to-raise-their-hands.html

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Response to yuiyoshida (Reply #1)

Sat Jan 13, 2018, 01:45 AM

2. Oh, thank you! This is great!

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