The Top 15 Feminist Films of 2018

2018 ushered in a new wave of feminist films on the big and small screens. These were some of our favorites.

The Top 15 Feminist Anthems of 2018

These songs dig into thorny issues like domestic violence and the #MeToo movement, celebrate girls’ empowerment and the power of the single woman, recap the history of the women’s movement, encourage women to love their bodies and empower women to use their voices.

We Heart: The New Video for Jennifer Hudson’s Feminist Anthem “I’ll Fight”

The video for Hudson’s song is a tribute to everyone who voted in the midterms and helped elect historic numbers of women to office—and it chronicles feminist trailblazers and the sisterhood who helped them win major victories for women’s rights.

War on Women Report #27

The public comment period on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ Title IX policies has opened, the President has been tweeting up a storm and doctors rallied this week against anti-immigration policies that they say would endanger their patients.

Inside NARAL’s Three-Step Plan to Protect Abortion Access

The midterm elections reminded feminists nationwide that the fight to defend abortion rights remains far from over. That’s why, as ballots were still being counted in some states, NARAL Pro-Choice America announced a new three-step strategy to secure reproductive freedom for women in every state.

War On Women Report No. 25

This week, the Trump administration escalated its racist immigration policies and regressive campus sexual assault policies.

Feminists are Pushing for Pelosi as Speaker in the Wake of a Pink Wave

“At a time like this, we need an experienced Speaker of the House who has a proven record of passing landmark legislation that improves the lives of the American people. That leader, without a shadow of a doubt, is Nancy Pelosi.”

Confronting Racism on the Campaign Trail

In advance of the midterm elections, racist attacks on voting rights are threatening to silence people of color across the country. For candidates of color, however, the tensions around race in America have reached a much more dangerous fever pitch.

We Heart: A Girl Named Jean’s Anthem for the Resistance

Although agnj is not usually a political artist, she felt she needed to issue a wake-up call in advance of the midterm elections—and do her part to change the nation’s course.

We Heart: Gracie and Rachel’s Tribute to HER

Pop duo Gracie and Rachel didn’t have plans to release any new work this year while they fine-tuned their upcoming second album—but that changed when they woke up early last month to watch Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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