The audience was awash in a sea of “suffragette white” during President Trump’s State of the Union Address last week—with a sprinkle of “equal rights green.”
“I recognized that we can’t wait. The cavalry isn’t coming. I need to step up and do everything I can to make this a more just, humane world.”
Ahead of the premiere of the second installment of her “American Woman” series, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin talked to Ms. about the importance of equal representation, telling women’s stories and following the advice of Gloria Steinem.
“This victory is not just for Emily Doe, but for girls and women everywhere.”
They’re coming from Los Angeles. From Buenos Aires. From Toronto. From Tokyo. This week, thousands of Irish citizens took to the skies on their way to the polls, heading home to end a draconian abortion ban.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are using their nuptials as an opportunity to rally support for seven organizations—including a Mumbai-based non-profit that produces and distributes affordable menstrual hygiene products to women in the city’s slums.
It was Carla Gutierrez’s job to go through of footage of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and career as editor of the new documentary about her life—and in the process, shape the narrative around one of the most iconic women in America. We talked to her about feminist history, meeting Ginsburg herself and what it’s like in a post-RBG world.
Mike Pompeo’s alarming record leaves no doubt that, as the nation’s top diplomat, he will double-down on the Trump Administration’s war on women.
For survivors on college campuses, a puzzle of legal options and policies complicate reporting—and deter due process.
We just checked. She’s still notorious.