Building on #MeToo’s Momentum to Embrace Our Voices

“There is a contagious courageousness when the uniqueness of each person’s voice comes out and people can no longer ignore reality. This is when policies, workplaces and cultures start to change—which is ultimately our goal.”

MomsRising is Taking the Fight for Equal Pay to Main Street

MomsRising is serving up shocking statistics on the wage gap at coffee shops across the country today to mark Equal Pay Day.

The Trump Administration’s Visa Rules Are an Attack on Immigrant Women

“I wanted to come to the United States so I could start my own career. But now, I am sitting at home, with nothing to do. Every day is like a jail.”

Writing the Language of a Feminist Classroom

The Valuable Voices app helps teachers understand how language can create inequalities in the classroom—and how they can stop them in their tracks. We talked to its two co-founders.

Q&A: Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls and Why Children’s Books Need Feminism

“The dedication that we have in one of the first pages of the book is the essence of the message that we want to convey. It says: ‘To all the rebel girls of the world, dream bigger, aim higher, fight harder.'”

Q&A: Lawyer Heather McCabe on Creating and Sustaining Progress for All Families Under Trump

McCabe turned her rage from election day into resistance—and the motivation to help impact positive change through political action.

Q&A: Dr. Stephanie Allen and Lauren Cherelle on Black Lesbian Feminism and Fiction

“I decided to go for it because it defines who I am. I am Black, am lesbian and am a feminist and this is my press.”

Strawberry Fields (Not) Forever: An Immigrant Daughter’s Story

Eunice Gonzalez-Sierra had a very typical May this past year. She walked across the graduation stage at UCLA and accepted her undergraduate degree in Chicana/o Studies with a double minor in Labor and Workplace Studies and Gender Studies. Then she scheduled a graduation photo shoot with her family afterwards and, like many grads, posted the photos to […]

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