Why these news sites aren't publishing a single article for 24 hours
What’s a women-centric news site to do on a day calling for a massive strike called “A Day Without A Woman?” For some sites, the answer is obvious: shut down operations for the day. For others, it’s more nuanced.
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New York magazine’s site The Cut isn’t publishing anything starting Tuesday night through Wednesday, according to Women’s Wear Daily. Instead they’ll feature strike-related themes and content from their archives. Other women’s sites, such as Bustle, also aren’t publishing anything for 24 hours during the strike. Staff that usually busts