As more details emerge in the next days and weeks about the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio—and as policy makers and communities debate what must be done to stop the deadly violence—we need to underscore that anti-feminism has long been a gateway into violent extremism.
Young women are leading a fast-growing movement to enact a Green New Deal and halt climate change.
Two-thirds of young adults have been subject to some type of online harassment. In a landmark opinion, a federal appeals court ruled that schools must protect students against online threats.
Who needs Juan Preciado or Pedro Páramo when there is Elvira Isabel Moraga and her daughter? As Cherríe Moraga demonstrates compellingly in her new memoir, “Native Country of the Heart,” they are the stuff of literature, too.
Australia’s feminist superheroes won an 18-year battle against a “luxury tax.”
“What I would say to women and girls here and around the world: Be not afraid. Be ready for whatever opportunities come along, and know how important your contribution is, because when women succeed, everyone succeeds.”