Senator Elizabeth Warren announced today that she would be adding her name to the growing list of elected officials, celebrities and activists leading the #CancelTerranea movement, a national boycott of the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
UC student-activists from across the state make their final push to turn SB 24—a bill that would increase access to medical, nonsurgical abortions on college campuses—into law.
Feminist advocates last week met with leading lawmakers on Capitol Hill to amplify calls for an equitable peace process in Afghanistan being made by women on the ground.
“We tend not to be overtly political—but as it turns out, just trying to be a woman in the world is political.”
In a moment that could’ve been straight out of The Handmaid’s Tale, Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia on Tuesday signed into law one of the most stringent abortion restrictions in the country.
Feminist lawmakers, activists scholars and experts came together Monday for a momentous occasion: to speak out in support of the Equal Rights Amendment within the chambers of the House Judiciary Committee.
These eight books, all released in the last year and out now, share a common voice. In their pages, survivors lead conversations, open up about facing trauma, stare down shame and describe their journeys toward healing.
“With issues of equality at the forefront of today’s conversations—with the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, with the Women’s Marches and more women than ever before running for and being elected to office,” said Rep. Carolyn Maloney, “we have an extraordinary responsibility and opportunity to seize this moment and make lasting change by finally ratifying the ERA.”
“This is the year of the domestic worker. Their time has come.”
Marilyn Artus is crossing the country this summer to honor the upcoming centennial of women’s suffrage in the U.S. with a defiant act of patriotism—remixing the American Flag in collaboration with other artists with the goal of turning it into a piece of feminist art.