The times are changing, and our policies must evolve with them. Government needs to work for the people—and, more importantly, work with them.
Looking for a reading list for the month? Start with these 22 exciting titles from writers living at the intersections.
Donald Trump has nominated Neomi Rao to fill now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s vacated seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. If confirmed, she would sit on the most powerful and high-profile bench in the country beyond the Supreme Court—and shape the future of law with a distinctly anti-feminist perspective.
I’ve been backstage coaching women leaders since the Million Mom March in 2000. Whether you’re speaking to the crowd or marching right along with it this year, these three tips will help you keep your head in the game so your message rings clear.
These 10 feminist moments shifted the media landscape and echoed across the Internet this year—inspiring, empowering and mobilizing feminists across the country in the process.
2018 ushered in a new wave of feminist films on the big and small screens. These were some of our favorites.
These songs dig into thorny issues like domestic violence and the #MeToo movement, celebrate girls’ empowerment and the power of the single woman, recap the history of the women’s movement, encourage women to love their bodies and empower women to use their voices.
#FeministsRiseUp. #TakeBackTheWorkplace. #MeTooMcDonalds. Time’s Up, across sectors and for abusers everywhere—and these hashtags proved it in 2018.
We can all resolve to make ourselves heard in the new year—whether that’s by raising our voices at the dinner table or pushing our legislators to make change in our communities. Here’s how.
In order to end human trafficking, we have to confront the myths and misconceptions that surround it. Let’s start here, with these seven facts about human trafficking—and what you can do about it.