Ruth Bader Ginsburg Created the Playbook for Feminist Barrier-Breaking

RBG taught us grand generosity, wisdom, wit and the need to presume some modicum of good will on all sides: “She left us the playbook.”

Jennifer Weiss-Wolf shares three RBG anecdotes—”not only on account of their stand-alone brilliance, but because when considered as a collective, they offer a blueprint for success in the mighty trio of life, love and the law that she exemplifies.”

Rest in Power: Christine Jahnke, Pathbreaking Speech Coach for Women in Politics

Christine Jahnke, a communications advisor best known for helping prep female politicians in the Democratic Party to run for office, as well as coaching others in public speaking, died in her Washington state home on Aug. 4. Most famous for being the speech coach to First Lady Michelle Obama during the early years of the Obama administration, she enjoyed three decades assisting women in finding their voices within the public forum, including everything from public presentations to interviews to debates.

“She not only transformed what a person could do; she transformed a movement.”

Rest in Power: 100,000 Lost

Yesterday marked 100,000 dead from the coronavirus. As the country hits this grim milestone, we wanted to thank the women and men on the front lines and answer:

Who were they? And what can we do with our grief and rage?