The data we have available on gender and feminism from election night show that this heartbreaking presidential election had some silver linings.
In our Winter issue, we take a look back at the election and take stock of what’s at stake under a Trump administration—and where we go from here.
After one of the most unusual elections in modern history—in which Clinton campaign executives sounded an alarm about Russia hacking the DNC—eight Democratic senators on the Senate Intelligence Committee are urging President Obama to declassify information related to Russia’s interference in the U.S. election.
SNL has reminded me to leave room for laughter and that comedy can be both cathartic and productive.
We’ve decided to let Trump’s domestic policy team strut their stuff and let their words speak for themselves.
The community at Wellesley, and communities at women’s colleges like it, did not rest in defeat after the election. Instead, they fought on.
“I reassure my Afghan daughter that we love her, that all Americans do not hate all Muslims and that our democracy will endure.”
How can survivors move forward into a Trump presidency when it reminds them, consistently and unrelentingly, of one of the worst experiences of their lives?
Neither I nor any legislator knows what is best for every person or family.
“The American dream belongs to all of us.”