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.
Girl power does not have to just be a saying. For girls everywhere, it can be a way of life.
We asked experts on gender, race and politics to weigh in on the 2018 election results, sharing their reactions to what happened and insights and analyses from research, practice and personal sentiments.
When a friend or co-worker confides their story, how we respond matters.
Despite making huge contributions to the liberation movements of the last century and today, these trailblazers come from backgrounds and communities that are traditionally overlooked and under-celebrated. These are their stories.
Meet an aristocat-turned-reformer, a poet who fought at the front line for suffrage and abolition and a Queen who pushed back on the slave trade.
These poets cover North Korean missal taunts, the water crisis in Flint, the inadequacy of the U.S. government’s apology to Native Americans, children affected by school shootings and economic divides in their poems that radiate defiance and vision.