Feminist and civil rights leaders are fighting back against the nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General.
The 115th Congress was sworn in this week, and an impressive crop of new feminist women were among them—leaders who will take up the fight for women’s rights in the Senate and the House.
It’s heartening that liberal publications around the country are now an emboldened vanguard against Donald Trump’s misogyny. But the sexism and inequality that allow misogyny to thrive run deep in these same news outlets.
Republicans are determined to reverse the Obama administration’s use of Title IX to hold schools accountable for addressing campus sexual assault.
Though Trump has backtracked slightly on the issue since the election, we still expect an all-out effort by Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Make no mistake: Republicans intend to dismantle the policies that have allowed women and other communities to have a chance at opportunity, advancement and economic stability.
The next administration should build on what has been learned about the correlations between equality, participation and peace. These are the five steps they have to take in order to do it.
The data we have available on gender and feminism from election night show that this heartbreaking presidential election had some silver linings.