In Australia ‘When Fatima Payman takes her seat in the Senate in July, she will make history as the first woman to wear a hijab in Australia’s parliament.
The 27-year-old Muslim Australian, confirmed as Labor’s newest senator from Western Australia on Monday, says she will wear it with pride.
“I want to normalise hijab wearing,” Payman tells Guardian Australia.’https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/jun/21/i-want-to-normalise-hijab-wearing-was-newest-labor-senator-on-making-history?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
Prager U’s Will Witt asks others about the high cost of gas. https://www.prageru.com/video/why-are-gas-prices-so-high
‘Nasdaq on Tuesday announced it asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for permission to require companies listed on its United States stock exchange to increase board diversity by having at least one woman and one person who self-identifies as underrepresented or LGBTQ and to publish board diversity reports, which would make it the first major exchange to demand companies disclose more than the legal requirements.’https://www.judicialwatch.org/in-the-news/nasdaq-diversity-requirements/