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October 16, 2018
Experts on Jamal Khashoggi, Hurricane Michael, voter suppression, Elizabeth Warren's DNA, Texas tent city for immigrant children, midterm elections, affirmative action at Harvard, Proud Boys, German elections, Harry & Meghan, and 2019 Women's World Cup This week WMC SheSource features experts on: • relations with Saudi Arabia following the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi • Hurricane Michael and relief efforts • Native American ID's not being accepted in North Dakota and voter suppression in Georgia • Elizabeth Warren's DNA test and Native identity • the Texas tent city for immigrant children's rapid expansion • the upcoming midterm elections • the racial discrimination lawsuit against Harvard • alt-right group the Proud Boys attacking protesters in New York City • Angela Merkel and the anti far-right rally in Germany • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's pregnancy announcement • the USA qualifying for the women's soccer world cup in France 2019
Recently Added Experts
Ms. Kelly Hayes-Raitt
Author, Traveler
HouseSit Diva
Areas of Expertise: Activism and advocacy, Travel

Dr Lori Hoepner, DrPH
Assistant Professor
SUNY Downstate Medical Center School of Public Health
Areas of Expertise: Agriculture and Food, Environment, Health, Higher education, Mental health, Public health, Race and ethnicity, Reproductive health, Science and Technology, Women, Women in STEM

Michelle Rivera, PhD
Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow | Public Engagement Manager for Diversity and Inclusion
Mellon Foundation and the American Council of Learned Societies | Field Museum
Areas of Expertise: Advertising, Arts and Culture, Education, Feminism, Higher education, Internet, Intersectionality, Marketing, Media and Entertainment, Online harassment and Free speech, Pop culture, Race and ethnicity, Social justice, Women, Women's empowerment, Women's leadership

Dr. Ramani Durvasula, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, Clinical Psychologist
California State University, Los Angeles, Private Practice - Dr. Ramani Durvasula
Areas of Expertise: Addiction/Drugs, Domestic violence, Education, HIV/AIDS, Mental health, Poverty, Race and ethnicity, Relationships, Social justice, Social media, Women, Women's empowerment

Colleen Striegel
Executive Director
HumanitarianHR
Areas of Expertise: Catholic, Gender-based violence, Humanitarian, International, International development, Labor and Employment, Poverty, Sexual harassment, Violence against women, Women's empowerment, Women's issues, Women's leadership

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