Since Trump has ushered in a new wave of woman-hating, feminists should delve back into the consciousness-raising and resistance that result from reading books.
The two Maries seem precisely the opposite of all the fear and worry that I’d felt in the Women’s March.
I don’t know what would have happened to me had I not gone into Planned Parenthood that day. I’m grateful I never got the chance to find out because their doors were open to me when I needed them the most.
The Handmaid’s Tale portrays a future world that takes the current attacks on women’s freedoms to a frightening conclusion—and shows us the importance of remaining vigilant and persistent.
“She persisted.” That’s exactly what women elected officials across the country like Elizabeth Warren are doing to resist sexist, racist and bigoted policies that the new administration is trying to implement.
Thousands of fast-food workers today mobilized in over two dozen cities across the country to demand that Andrew Puzder withdraw his nomination from President Donald Trump to lead the Labor Department.
Shaista Ambar’s initiative is an example to follow—not only for women in India, but for those around the world.
The year was 1963. Dorothy Height had convened a meeting following the March on Washington in defiance of the March’s organizers.
“With the ferocity of historical lessons from the 1960s still to be learned, the hardest message is how to produce solidarity from times of disunity.”
What’s on yours?