Feminist advocates and lawmakers came together Tuesday for the inaugural Mamas’ March roundtable—and to advance the Mama’s Agenda led by Mothering Justice.
We as a nation will not survive if we continue to pass (or not pass) policies based on tired, antiquated thinking—and that’s why we need women like AOC and Ilhan Omar to ruffle feathers, rabble-rouse and continue causing good trouble.
Trump’s tweets have the power to incite real violence—and he’s been, by and large, patently irresponsible with his influence on the platform. But another pattern has emerged in the midst of his callous commentary: Women, on the Hill and at the ballot box, are speaking up and demanding better.
Meet the feminist challengers who won in November—and are taking their fights to the Senate starting today.
Meet the 36 feminists being sworn in on Capitol Hill today to serve in the House.
Inspired by the massive Women’s March movement, encouraged by feminist organizations and energized by passionate volunteers, record numbers of women candidates—many of them first-timers—stepped forward to run for office in the midterm elections. And they won in historic numbers.