Honoring the Activism and Creative Work of Black Women

Solange Knowles and Women’s March on Washington co-organizer Tamika Mallory took center stage at this year’s BET Awards.

Listening to Learn: Becoming Allies with Muslim Women

75 community members greeted each other and quietly took their seats as Muslim women were given microphones. For two hours of uninterrupted time, the speakers shared about their lives, their faith, the challenges they face and ways everyone in the room could be allies.

Feminist Leaders Come Together to #StopTrumpcare

Leaders from Feminist Majority, National Women’s Law Center, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, National Organization for Women and the Women’s March on Washington came together today to discuss the dangers posed to women by Trumpcare—and to devise a plan to stop it.

This is What Feminist Philanthropy Looks Like

Rutgers University last week announced the historic creation of the Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies—a position made possible by a three-year, $3 million campaign involving over 400 donors.

Feminists #PinkOutTheNight for Women’s Health Care

The night before the Senate plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was unveiled, activists around the country gathered to protest the onslaught of attacks on women’s health by the Trump administration.

Nabra Hassanen’s Murder is a Reminder That Feminists Must Fight Islamophobia

17-year-old Nabra Hassanen was chased, beaten and murdered outside of her mosque. Police don’t consider her death a hate crime—but activists are fighting Islamophobia in its wake.

We Will Not Go to Gilead

The parallels between Margaret Atwood’s dystopia and our own reality have become crystal clear—and Handmaids across the country are rising up to sound the alarm.

The Venezuelan Women’s March Cannot Go Unheard

Though the widespread denial of basic necessities puts their lives in danger, Venezuelan women are making big sound waves through their activism—now it’s up to the rest of the world to listen.

Afghan Women March On

“It’s just the fear so far, and hopefully nothing will happen. But that’s the thing: You don’t want to live in fear.”

Making the Impossible Possible

By the time Clinton took to the podium, the scene was set. This was not to be a graduation speech of simple advice-giving, but a radical reminder that we must live the values we learn.

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