Stephanie Murphy made history when she defeated 12-term incumbent John Mica in a heated race to represent Florida’s 7th District.
Thoughts from feminist leaders, public figures and activists on the election and where we go from here.
The one unifying factor in the midst of unmitigated emotional and physical brutality against marginalized groups? Donald Trump.
Hundreds are paying homage to the “Susan B. Anthony Amendment” by covering the suffrage icon’s grave in “I Voted” stickers.
As an election season fueled by sexism winds down to a close, women across the country have staged one last act of feminist defiance: they’re wearing white to vote.
An ad airing on television stations during the Olympics and set to appear on major sports websites calls for equal pay for equal play on behalf of the U.S. Women’s National Team soccer players—and all women athletes who are still fighting for equal footing.
We’re celebrating the 96th anniversary of the 19th amendment with fellow feminists on August 26 at a free event jam-packed with empowering goodness—and you should be there!
The Feminist Majority Foundation has launched a multi-platform campaign pushing back against the influx of anti-abortion groups coming to Wichita.
Last week, an interfaith coalition spanning 36 faiths came together to deliver one simple, but monumental, message: Women and girls can’t wait for common sense gun control.
Sister Corita Kent is a Pop Art pioneer too often erased from the annals of modern art history. Now, she’s taking center stage.