Students Across California Want Abortion Care on Campus—And They’re Not Done Fighting for It

California Governor Jerry Brown last week vetoed a popular measure that would have expanded abortion access for college students. Students and lawmakers across the state were quick to speak out—and continue rising up.

Measure for Measure

Crucial state ballot measures are another important reason for feminists to show up at the polls this fall.

A Return to Separate and Unequal: Education Equity is at Stake in the 2018 Elections

Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, the Education Department has been threatened with massive budget cuts, faced repeated risk of wholesale elimination and suffered many smaller blows adding up to significant injury— and students are feeling the pain.

Not-So-Serious Question: Are Men Too Emotional For Leadership Positions?

Brett Kavanaugh’s defensiveness, anger and entitlement in advance of his confirmation to the Supreme Court this weekend presented a salient question.

“We Stand in Truth and Light”: Survivors, Lawmakers and Feminist Leaders Respond to Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Survivors and feminist leaders, lawmakers and celebrities are calling on all of us to keep fighting in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation—and to vow to remember in November.

#CancelKavanaugh Continues: Sexual Assault Survivors Aren’t Done Rising Up

Regardless of how this fight ends, feminists have made clear that they’re not going silently into the night. Activists around the country will continue to protest Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination tonight and tomorrow.

Male Supremacist Organizations Have Thrown Their Support Behind Brett Kavanaugh

Multiple male supremacy groups have been vocally supportive of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, even as he faces mounting allegations of sexual assault—which should come as little surprise, considering that the same groups consistently lobby to roll back the rights of survivors.

How to #CancelKavanaugh in Three Easy Steps

Don’t stop fighting. We are the majority, and we can still win this thing.

Voters Can Challenge the Trump Administration’s Cruel and Misogynist Immigration Policies in November

This is a defining moment for our country. Will we resist the current cruelty or will we take our place in the line of countries that, over the centuries, have dehumanized, isolated and destroyed whole groups of people who sought only to survive?

Misogyny, Meaning and the Fight to Stop Kavanaugh

The fight to stop the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is a fight for meaning—and the narrative of this country’s future.

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