Ms. got the chance to speak with Tandy about her career, being a woman in Hollywood, her past experiences in pageantry, and her recent efforts to improve the confidence and self-awareness of teenage girls through her “Girl Talk” workshop series.
This is a deeply moving, informative work that deserves a listen from anyone who finds themselves confused, disturbed, or saddened by the prevalence of racial violence in our nation.
Last week, the United Nations Human Rights Council appointed its first Independent Expert on violence and discrimination against LGBT people.
How many more mass shootings and instances of gun-related domestic violence need to occur before we become a nation where no one is granted a life-threatening weapon with no questions asked?
Today certainly marks a victory in the fight for reproductive rights—but this ruling is also a stark reminder of how precarious our progress remains.
How much do our news networks really discuss reproductive rights and abortion, in what context, and how often do they get their facts right? The answers to these questions are far more grim than we’d like to believe.
California took a giant step toward economic and racial justice for women and families on Wednesday.
We must transition from words to action. Here are the ways that you can actively make a difference and provide help in the wake of the Orlando massacre.
Nearly 100 years after women won suffrage, we’re still waiting for those in the realm of politics to be judged not for the fabrics on their skin, but the content of their minds.
Major General Stayce Harris could be the first African-American woman to ever serve as Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force.