I was there in the room last week when 25 of my students put down their phones and engaged in face-to-face dialogue with Roxane Gay.
President Trump is poised to rescind key anti-discrimination protections for trans youth issued last year.
“Just because you slap the name ‘strong families’ on a bill doesn’t mean that you actually care about families.”
I wish that would’ve been the last time I experienced sexism on the job, but unfortunately, it’s a casual hazard of any trade for every woman.
When Rita Coburn-Whack’s life became political, Angelou’s memoir of “truths” were all she could talk about.
As they take out their ‘Stop Child Brides’ branded notebooks out of their ‘We Can’ bags, there is a palatable sense of excitement in the room.
Menstrual equity has rapidly morphed into a winning mainstream policy agenda–one of the very few in American politics that can claim honest-to-goodness bipartisan traction.
How women abort when it is forbidden—and the networks that help them.
There are so many ways that people negotiate the world—but being hit on a regular basis tends to be far from the expected norm.
Hostile sexism will make us resist and keep resisting. Hostile sexism will make us persist and keep persisting.