Once found only on college campuses, feminist clubs are on the rise in high schools, and even some middle schools, nationwide—and they illustrate the power of student activism.
Crucial state ballot measures are another important reason for feminists to show up at the polls this fall.
Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, the Education Department has been threatened with massive budget cuts, faced repeated risk of wholesale elimination and suffered many smaller blows adding up to significant injury— and students are feeling the pain.
This is a defining moment for our country. Will we resist the current cruelty or will we take our place in the line of countries that, over the centuries, have dehumanized, isolated and destroyed whole groups of people who sought only to survive?
The President’s bellowing about a “tremendous economy” and “rising wages” can’t mask the economic fact: Women are still feeling the brunt of financial pain in the country.
The very lives of women and girls—our safety at home, in school, in the workplace and on the streets—are at stake.
The thought of health insurance without coverage for contraception, mammograms and childbirth? Plainly, it makes us sick.
Voters this November will go to the polls to select governors and state legislators, and determine the makeup of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. The stakes for women in the midterm elections could not be higher. The outcome will determine whether the Trump administration can push forward with its agenda—or be held in […]
What’s at stake is bigger than an appointment to the Supreme Court—it’s the intentional and calculated remaking of the federal judiciary to reflect the views of a powerful elite minority in this country.