The Story Behind Her: New York Times Editor Charo Henríquez Is Pushing for Change in Newsrooms

This Women’s History Month, the International Women’s Media Foundation is spotlighting women journalists who are shaking up the industry, bringing their full identities to the table to make the news media stronger, more diverse and equitable.

This week, meet Charo Henríquez (@charohenriquez), editor of newsroom development and support at the New York Times.

Boebert, Greene and the Peril of Internalized Misogyny

We are left questioning how we can productively condemn Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene’s anti-democratic, conspiracy-laden and discriminatory words and actions without turning to superficial, misogynistic attacks.

True and lasting liberation requires the elimination of sexism for everyone, everywhere—including for our worst enemies.

The Story Behind Her: Journalist Polly Irungu on Taking Up Space as a Black Woman

This Women’s History Month, the International Women’s Media Foundation is spotlighting women journalists who are shaking up the industry, bringing their full identities to the table to make the news media stronger, more diverse and equitable.

This week, meet Polly Irungu, a multimedia journalist and founder of Black Women Photographers, a community and database of Black women and non-binary photographers.