Lesley Stahl is an Emmy-winning journalist who currently reports for the CBS News program “60 Minutes.” During her long career, she has served as a White House correspondent and anchor of CBS’ “Face the Nation.” But she didn't have an…
A growing number of states are exempting menstrual products from tax. Advocates for period equity argue taxing these supplies is unfair because periods are a necessity, not a choice. And some schools and universities are now opting to provide these…
By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
To explore gender equality, Desi Lydic, a correspondent for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, traveled to Iceland, Namibia and Spain for her new special ‘Desi Lydic: Abroad,’ which airs on Comedy Central on Monday.
By Pavni Mittal, Laura Fong, Michael D. Regan
Gloria Steinem is a writer, author, activist and feminist icon who travels widely to raise awareness for the gender equity causes she helped pioneer. At age 85, Steinem says she has no intention of passing on her torch but instead…
By Jake Coyle, Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
Varda, who was a part of the French New Wave, challenged and charmed moviegoers in films that inspired generations of filmmakers.
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Monday that there is a "deep, pervasive and relentless" pushback on women's rights and called for a fight to "push back against the pushback."…
By Steve Goldbloom
Brittney Cooper is a cultural theorist, author and professor. Her new book, “Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower,” discusses the history of oppressive power structures and the intersection of race and feminism. She gives her brief but spectacular…
By Gretchen Frazee
"When women enjoy their own sources of income, and the state guarantees social security in old age, illness, and disability, women have no economic reason to stay in abusive, unfulfilling, or otherwise unhealthy relationships," writes Kristen Ghodsee.
By Jennifer Hijazi
Rooted in protest during this time of uncertainty and anxiety, “Trickster Feminism” explores “what poetry can possibly do, especially in an urgent situation,” according to Anne Waldman.
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