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In an industry dominated by men in contests, media coverage and endorsements, female skateboarders can often fall by the wayside. However, recent times have seen an influx of girls participating in the sport and heads are turning. But who are the women at the forefront of this, and how are they getting more girls out on boards?
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Cerith Wyn Evans More Light Research (2019), part of the UBS Art Collection.
Even as not-for-profits struggle, banks are still buying and lending.

In many respects, Spain’s central bank was playing catch-up the minute it was founded in 1782—nearly 100 years after the Bank of England.
From another angle, though, Spain’s Banco de San Carlos, which subsequently became the Banco de España, was ahead of its time: It ranks as having one of the world’s first corporate art collections.


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