“What Happened” in the 2016 Election is Part of Women’s History—And Hillary Deserves to Tell It

The fact that so many are comfortable denigrating that story at this juncture of women’s history proves that there are far bigger problems than a book tour ahead. What Happened is doomed to happen again—unless, this time, we listen.

A Judge Facing the Ballot Box

There’s a revolution underway in Santa Clara County in Silicon Valley.

Canada’s New Plan to Prioritize Women and Girls

Canada has unveiled plans to introduce a “feminist international assistance policy” that will see at least 95 percent of Canadian foreign aid allocated to help women and girls by 2021.

Q&A: Brittany Collins of Voices and Visions on the Impact of Women’s Stories

Brittany Collins is determined to offer a space to allow women to nurture artistry and creativity.

VIDEO: Hillary Clinton on Women, Peace and Security

Hillary Clinton paid tribute to the role of women in international security and delivered harsh words for President Donald Trump last week.

It’s Equal Pay Day—And It’s Time for Action

Today women have made us much as men made by December 31 of last year.

Women Take A Walk for Equality

Some sang, some chanted, and more than a few came with stories—and signs—from the original fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment more than 30 years ago.

10 Ways Women Could Be Affected by the Repeal of the Affordable Care Act

The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a brief detailing the catastrophic impact President Trump’s repeal of the ACA would have on women.

Russia Just Legalized Domestic Violence

Millions of lives were put at risk in January when Russia’s lower house of parliament voted 368-1 to decriminalize some domestic violence charges. Today, President Vladimir Putin signed it into law.

Texas Study Proves That Without Access, There Is No Choice

Donald Trump thinks traveling to another state for abortion isn’t an obstacle. This study proves him wrong.

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