Thousands of soccer fans and feminists convened in New York City this morning for the event, holding signs that read “RAPINOE FOR PRESIDENT” and demanding equal pay for women athletes.
“What matters is not when a powerful official helped a powerful predator. What matters is THAT a powerful official helped a powerful predator. That official deserves to be demoted for his hurtful choices.”
The Trump administration’s approach to foreign relations with Iran has worsened existing humanitarian crises for women and created new ones. But women in Iran will continue to fight back.
In the midst of ongoing, and escalating, attacks on reproductive justice across the country, abortion finally became an issue of (primary) debate.
After two years of negotiations, the International Labor Organization (ILO) passed its Convention on Violence and Harassment earlier this month—with hundreds of governments, employers and trade unions adopting the global treaty in a groundbreaking vote.
U.S. officials around the world—and one YouTube star in Gay Hell, Michigan—are ringing in June by taking on the Trump administration’s ban on pride flags.
Women are uniquely caught in the crosshairs of Sudan’s civilian crisis—and they’re also forming a front line in its unfolding revolution.
Activists and lawmakers have been fighting back against a slew of anti-abortion laws passing through state houses across the country—and 187 CEOs have now joined their ranks.