Nancy Pelosi’s latest viral moment, milestones from the last two weeks and new research on the impact of workplace sexism. (And more!)
“You know, people, people often ask me why I choose the subjects that I do—and it’s really based on my barometer of anger. If something makes me very angry, that’s what I really want to focus on.”
“Most companies don’t talk about issues like sexual violence because doing so risks inviting negative headlines and public criticism. But we feel it’s time for a new approach.”
“His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our constitution,” Nancy Pelosi explained. “Our democracy is what is at stake. The president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the election for his own benefit.”
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Fiona Hill. Jennifer Williams. Laura Cooper. Marie Yovanovitch. The names making headlines in the Trump impeachment inquiry are largely women’s.
Carolyn Maloney was elected Chair of the House Oversight Committee, making history as the first woman to take the post.
Binders full of stories about women’s equality—and one short map of Avenida Dolores Huerta.
Today, Representatives Lois Frankel and Barbara Lee, alongside 36 members of Congress, introduced a resolution calling for the U.S. government to recommit to its recognition of reproductive rights as human rights.