“[A] woman governor” remains scarce: Only nine of our fifty state leaders identify as a woman. Perhaps when “a woman governor” is not an anomaly, we can all focus on action instead of attack.
For 72 years, TIME named a Man of the Year. In 1999, they changed it to Person of the Year. Even then, only 11 women made the cover. This year, TIME created 89 new covers to recognize women who have defined the past century.
Reproductive health, rights and justice advocates come together today in their communities and online to commemorate National Abortion Provider Appreciation Day: a day dedicated to highlighting the work of abortion providers as stigma persists and political and cultural attacks escalate.
On the heels of oral arguments in June Medical Services v. Russo—a Supreme Court case that many fear may signal the beginning of the end of Roe v. Wade—comes a new video geared toward young people that talks honestly and openly about abortion. Upon the release of this video, Ms. sat down for with Tracie Q. Gilbert, co-founder of AMAZE.org, who breaks down the motivation behind the video and the need for open, honest, shame-free communication on the topic of abortion.
UN Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-moon called SDG 2030 “a roadmap to ending global poverty, building a life of dignity for all and leaving no one behind. It is also a clarion call to work in partnership and intensify efforts to share prosperity, empower people’s livelihoods, ensure peace and heal our planet for the benefit of this and future generations.”
Unlike almost every other period tracking app, Euki does not store any user data in the cloud.
It’s been a year since a girl named jaen released “Resist,” a catchy song about voting in the midterm elections and changing the country. But the message—and agnj’s commitment to politically-charged music—persists.
With the 2020 election looming larger than ever, a float in the upcoming Rose Parade celebrating the centennial of women’s suffrage will act as “a symbol of inspiration and a reminder for all Americans to recognize the responsibility and the power to vote.”
Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez both took advantage of New York state’s new early voting options this year, casting their ballots for this week’s elections over the weekend. But their civic engagement efforts didn’t stop at the polls.
“While Mitch McConnell claims the House is only focused on impeachment, there are scores of critical bills sitting on his desk sent to him by the House Democratic Majority. “