GALLERY: Need a Sign for That Rally? Here’s Some Ideas.

What struck me most when I went to the Women’s March was the visual impact of the range of signs and people carrying them that day. These messages matter—and I wanted to capture them.

It’s Time for an Equal Rights Amendment—and an End to the War on Women

Women have waited over 230 years to be a part of the the Constitution. It’s time to ratify the ERA.

The Revitalized Global Women’s Rights Movement is Coming of Age

On March 8, women all around the world will get up and do something they don’t usually do: nothing.

America is in a State of Crisis—and Women of Color are at War

For black women, difficulty accessing abortion services is only a fraction of the reproductive discrimination that we experience.

The Senate Can Save Women’s Lives—If They Stop Gorsuch

“Without question, Neil Gorsuch is bad for women’s rights and lives,” Eleanor Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority Foundation, said in an email to activists this week.

A New Era of Feminist Activism

In the wake of Donald Trump’s election, women across the world have come together to make a difference and reignite civil society.

Watching Personal Meet Political

I was there in the room last week when 25 of my students put down their phones and engaged in face-to-face dialogue with Roxane Gay.

NEWSFLASH: Trump Administration Will Reverse Progress for Trans Students

President Trump is poised to rescind key anti-discrimination protections for trans youth issued last year.

Fighting For True “Workplace Advancement” in the Trump Era

“Just because you slap the name ‘strong families’ on a bill doesn’t mean that you actually care about families.”

A President’s Day Tribute to Period Policy

Menstrual equity has rapidly morphed into a winning mainstream policy agenda–one of the very few in American politics that can claim honest-to-goodness bipartisan traction.

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