It’s easy to miss important news in the hectic daily schedule, so we have compiled a list of recent women-centric news you may have missed.
In the latest news, Mike Tyson was accused of rape in a 5 million dollar lawsuit. The woman accused the former boxing champion of raping her in the early 1990s.
Here are some more quick reads that will keep you up to date.
Mike Tyson Accused Of Rape
A woman has filed a lawsuit accusing the former boxing champion Mike Tyson of raping her sometime in the early 1990s after they met at a nightclub in Albany, New York.
The woman alleged that Tyson raped her in a limousine and that she suffered from “physical, psychological and emotional injury” in the years since. She is suing for 5 million dollars.
Bengaluru Woman Introduces Dance Project In New Jersey Schools
A dancer from Bengaluru, Akhila Chethan, an immigrant artist based in the United States chairs the Kalagangothri Foundation, the committee making efforts to include dance in the curriculum of public schools.
Dance to Learn aims to advance dance education in public and private elementary schools in New Jersey. Chethan led the efforts to develop the curriculum with Nai Ni Chen Dance Company.
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Kerala To Feature All-Women Tableau For Republic Day Parade
This year, Kerala will highlight “Narishakthi and the folk tradition that helped in woman empowerment” and feature an all-women 24-member tableau.
Scottish Transgender Woman Convicted For Rape Prior To Transition
Isla Bryson, a transgender woman was found guilty of raping two women before she transitioned to female.
The jury unanimously found Bryson guilty of raping the second woman, with a majority agreeing she raped the first woman.
3 Oscar Nominations From India
India has three nominations at the Oscar Awards, one feature film and two documentaries. The film RRR and the documentaries All That Breathes and The Elephant Whispers were nominated for the Oscars.
Pan Nalin’s film Chhello Show was shortlisted in the Best International Film Category but was not nominated.
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