This attack on the media comes as less of a surprise than its timing.
Author: Kelsey Cochran
WATCH: The Gender Wage Gap by the (Musical) Numbers
If you’re having trouble explaining the wage gap using just charts, graphs and scholarly articles, a new video with a toe-tapping tempo might be able to help.
The NAACP Issued a First-of-its-Kind Travel Warning for Missouri
The NAACP this summer released a statement advising people of color against traveling to Missouri in light of recent events in the state and a new “Jim Crow Law” passed by Governor Greitens.
Missouri’s Governor Signed an Omnibus Anti-Abortion Bill into Law
Obtaining a safe abortion in Missouri just became a lot more difficult.
Jordan Scraps Law Allowing Rapists To Avoid Jail When They Marry Their Victims
Jordan’s parliament voted Tuesday to terminate a provision in their penal code which let rapists avoid jail time if they married their victims.
#WhereIsMyName: Restoring the Identities of Afghan Women
In Afghanistan, women and girls are referred to by the name of the eldest male in their nuclear family. A new social media campaign confronts and pushes back on that tradition.
Dino Dana Puts Gender and Racial Diversity at the Forefront
In an industry rife with issues of equally portraying all genders and races, Amazon’s new children’s show “Dino Dana” is a beacon.
Swedish Music Festival Cancelled After Sexual Assaults Will Be Replaced by Women-Only Festival
The 50,000-capacity Bravalla Festival grounds will be the largest venue to refuse men entry.
Facing Our Pasts and Ourselves
“SJ Sindu was born in Sri Lanka and raised in Massachusetts, much like the narrator of her debut novel Marriage of a Thousand Lies.”
The “Hawaii Five-O” Pay Dispute is a Reminder That It’s Time for Equity in Hollywood
Actors Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park have decided to leave “Hawaii Five-O” after starring on the hit show for seven seasons due to pay inequality—spotlighting the persistent disparities women and people of color face in media.