Despite decades of progress in closing the gender equality gap, almost nine out of 10 men and women around the world hold some sort of bias against women, according to new findings published on Thursday from the UN Development Programmme (UNDP).
The conversation around climate change was a minuscule part of overall corporate broadcast coverage in a year of extreme weather incidents and heightened activism worldwide.
“It’s not my fault or how I dressed… the rapist is you.”
Women voters across demographic lines opened up to pollsters about what’s getting them to the polls in 2020—and from Finland and Bangor, Maine, women stepped into their historic power by taking up political office.
Nancy Pelosi’s latest viral moment, milestones from the last two weeks and new research on the impact of workplace sexism. (And more!)
Binders full of stories about women’s equality—and one short map of Avenida Dolores Huerta.
Lest We Forget + Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called out Mitch McConnell in a Dear Colleague letter after he attacked Democratic attempts to hold the president accountable through an impeachment probe: “While Mitch McConnell claims the House is only focused on impeachment, there are scores of critical bills sitting on his desk sent […]
Jane Fonda accepting a BAFTA award while she was being arrested at a climate protest, Rep. Katie Hill sounding off on double standards and revenge porn while stepping down, Spelman College breaking new ground in LGBTQ academia and more milestones and can’t-miss quotes from the week.
Jane Fonda rallied on, Nancy Pelosi sounded off—and women journalists, suffragists and astronauts made history.
Though many called 2018 the “Year of the Women,” the U.S. is far from reaching parity.