Saying #MeToo in the Push of a Button

“You never know knocking on one of those doors what’s going to be on the other side of that door. We witnessed it all. We saw it all.”

Justice Delayed: Waiting on Savanna’s Act and an End to Violence Against Native Women

In the midst of a partial government shutdown, retiring Republican representative Bob Goodlatte used one of his final days in office to block a law addressing a horrifying problem: the disturbingly high number of missing and murdered Native American women in the U.S.

Feminists in India Built a “Women’s Wall” to Fight Patriarchy

Women in India kicked off the new year with a call for equality, coming together to stand arm-in-arm as part of a historic protest.

Fighting for Black Women’s Equality After Election Day

Black women didn’t just get out and vote in November—we got out the vote, in communities across the country, and changed the face of Congress.

Rest in Power: Remembering Bernice Resnick Sandler, the Godmother of Title IX

As a schoolgirl, Bernice Sandler objected to the way girls were excluded from the class activities the boys did. She told her mother that she was going to “change the world”—and she did.

LISTEN: Kamala Harris Sounds Off on Speaking Truth

“We have work to do. Hard work. Indispensable work… But we have to hurry—and we have to be willing to speak truth.”

What Comes After Imelda: Fighting for Reproductive Justice in El Salvador

A historic decision in December allowed Imelda Cortez to walk free, absolved of all charges, after 19 months in prison—and marked a milestone in the fight to end El Salvador’s cruel, draconian ban on abortion.

How the Trump Administration’s Attacks on Title IX Hurt LGBTQ Survivors

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ latest proposed Title IX guidelines continue the Trump administration’s attack on LGBTQ rights—and leave transgender and queer students in danger. 

Women Who Know Their Place: Meet the New Feminists in the Senate

Meet the feminist challengers who won in November—and are taking their fights to the Senate starting today.

Women Who Know Their Place: Meet the New Feminists in the House of Representatives

Meet the 36 feminists being sworn in on Capitol Hill today to serve in the House.

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