For the last 25 years, Living Beyond Breast Cancer has changed the narrative for women with breast cancer.
“Don’t let anyone define your dream,” Megan Rapinoe—two-time Women’s World Cup champion, Olympic gold medalist and equal pay activist—declared from the stage at the Women’s Sports Foundation’s 40th Annual Salute to Women in Sports. “Dream way bigger than anything you’re seeing right now. Hopefully, we’re setting the groundwork for the next generation to be massive […]
Last week, over 1,700 advocates, practitioners and public figures working to end sexual violence came together to forge a new path forward in their movement. Ms. was there, too—talking with movement leaders and advocates about what it will take to end sexual violence in the wake of #MeToo.
Participants and speakers at the UN Women U.S. National Committee Los Angeles chapter’s General Assembly were asked one question when the event began: When was the first time you felt displaced?
“Wherever you go, women are the same in our needs. We need the same support, love and village. Our NOLA pop-up was further proof that we need more Jane Clubs.
The Hammer Museum at UCLA hosted Roxane Gay and Andi Zeisler last week for a conversation on feminism, politics and intersectionality.
The Women’s Museum in Dallas held an event for the Veteran Feminists of America called “The Gender Agenda: Beyond Borders.” The event provided a chance to reflect upon women’s past, women’s present and women’s future. One hundred years ago we could not even vote; today, we are half the workforce; in the future, there’s still much to achieve.