America didn’t invent soccer, but this nation has taken global leadership in making the world’s game truly equitable.
Corporate consolidation of baby formula-makers got us to this point of crisis.
Some wondered that the fury of March4Justice rapidly dissipated. But the women of Australia were following a feminist adage: don’t get angry, get organised.
Women of color are force multipliers, meaning they have the ability to help organizations achieve goals and exceed expectations, the study finds.
Secretary Albright also joined our special To the Contrary panel on Women in Diplomacy: How do women diplomats differ from male ones? Human Trafficking: The US’s role in ending modern slavery. Political Violence: We speak with Sandra Pepera of NDI about their #NotTheCost campaign. This show also includes former Representative and Undersecretary of State Ellen Tauscher.
Written by: Lily Quinn Miner
Young women today are lucky enough to enjoy the right to vote thanks to the bravery of the feminists who came before them to fight for that right just over one hundred years ago. It is important for us to look back on this movement with gratitude and remember what it was like for women who had to push for something that nowadays seems like such a basic freedom. Continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month, we have put together a collection of past episodes that touch on the Women’s Suffrage Movement both here in the United States and in the United Kingdom.Read More »
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