Doing Maya Angelou’s Story Justice

When Rita Coburn-Whack’s life became political, Angelou’s memoir of “truths” were all she could talk about.

PHOTO ESSAY: The Girls Standing Up To Patriarchy in India

As they take out their ‘Stop Child Brides’ branded notebooks out of their ‘We Can’ bags, there is a palatable sense of excitement in the room.

10 Books Every Feminist Should Read This Year

Since Trump has ushered in a new wave of woman-hating, feminists should delve back into the consciousness-raising and resistance that result from reading books.

Daisies in the Age of Trump

The two Maries seem precisely the opposite of all the fear and worry that I’d felt in the Women’s March.

The Handmaid’s Tale: Fiction or Prediction?

The Handmaid’s Tale portrays a future world that takes the current attacks on women’s freedoms to a frightening conclusion—and shows us the importance of remaining vigilant and persistent.

PHOTO ESSAY: These 13 Women Are the U.K.’s Next Generation of Engineers

A photo project asks why there aren’t more women in the STEM field through the experiences and backgrounds of 13 women.

The Women of “Seven”

“Seven” is a unique “documentary play” borne of a collaboration between seven playwrights and seven female activists. These are the activists it spotlights.

Why We March: For the Revolutionary Freedom to Think and Create

I will march for free thought and creative expression and all the social movements they inspire.

The Imaginary Beings of the Women’s March

These images of monumental, formidable women commemorate and celebrate the Women’s March movement.

Q&A: Jena Friedman, American C*nt

“It used be, like, a luxury to be a political comedian and ‘I can do a comedic piece about the oxycontin epidemic!’ …[Now] I feel like it’s all hands on deck.”