Gender Equity

How do we make America what America must become? Read more

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Health provider counters funding setbacks by expanding access to new technologies. Read more


Thus far in 2019, at least twelve black transgender women have been murdered. Read more



Laura Kneedler

It can start to feel like the fight for reproductive rights is only about preventing backslide, but that’s far from the truth. Read more



Liz Lemon

What has happened here portends an uncertain future for women’s reproductive rights throughout the nation. Read more

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The United States has lagged behind the global legal reform trend on child marriage, but this is starting to change. Read more




If rape isn’t a “high crime and misdemeanor,” what is? Read more

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Conferring over ratification [of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution] at  [National Woman's Party] headquarters, Jackson Pl[ace] [Washington, D.C.].  L-R Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, Flore.jpg

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U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin on the unanimous Senate passage of the resolution she co-sponsored celebrating a century since the passage and ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. Read more



minnie phan

Across the country, local groups have long been doing the work of filling the gaps in access to the procedure. Read more


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Mary Duschene

Much time, energy, and money has been spent fighting the Trump Administration’s efforts to undermine gender equity. But women aren’t just playing defense. Read more

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Through the eyes of four candidates, a new Netflix documentary shows us the power within women’s reach. Read more


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Veterans resisted the induction of the activist and actress into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. But women won out. Read more

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Black women face major barriers to entry in news media. Read more



Noel Rojo

A global, long-term journalism project, presents a more complex view of migration, giving voice to those who are left behind. Read more

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Gabriel Barathieu

According to one poll, 93 percent of Americans agree that mothers should receive some paid leave. So why is the U.S. one of the only industrialized nations without institutional support for mothers? Read more



Ted Eytan

The ban sets a precedent for the blatant exclusion of transgender people from public life. Read more



People's Peace Movement

“The war was started by men, the war will be ended by men . . . but it’s the women and children who suffer the most and they have a right to define peace.” Read more


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Scott Pruitt caricature by DonkeyHotey

I propose to all the women out there—take a page out of the dude book, and audaciously actualize those goals! Read more


“Boy Erased” makes clear what we already know from the data on conversion therapy—it’s a deeply painful experience that doesn’t work and threatens people’s lives. Read more




As we experience a cultural shift around sexual assault, there are concrete steps we can take to help survivors. Read more