Equal Means Equal: Why the ERA Must Be Passed

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has said, “I would like in my lifetime to see women get fired up about the Equal Rights Amendment.”

Kate Nace Day: Human Trafficking Activist

Under our national law, anyone under the age of 18 who is sold for sex is a trafficking victim. Consent is irrelevant. But in many states, prostituted children are still arrested and treated as criminals.

Interview with Jennifer Pozner: Media Critic, Author, Anti-Racist Feminist

“Whoever controls the media controls the culture — and, by proxy, our legislation, our economy, our lives.

Texas Vs. Women’s Reproductive Rights

The Supreme Court has been asked to review a June 2015 ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, which upheld a law that would bolt the doors to 3/4 of the abortion clinics in Texas. This would leave the state’s women, in an area of 268,820 square miles, without ready access to abortion that was “safe and legal.”

Lauren Zapf: Changing the Dialogue For Women Vets

Female vets must be recognized as contributing members of society, with valuable abilities and talents to bring into their communities.

BUY UP Index Changes the Score for Women Consumers

BUY UP Index is a mobile app which drills down on a “company’s demonstrated commitment to gender equality.”

“I’m Living in a Sacrifice Zone” — Women Speak Out for Climate Justice

WECAN co-founder and Executive Director Osprey Orielle Lake noted, “How we treat the earth is how we treat women. It’s a violent paradigm.”

Emily May Gives a Hollaback! Against Street Harassment

Emily May offered, “Street harassment will be with us a long as there are streets. It’s as old as the hills.”

Campus SaVE Act Responds to College Campus Sexual Violence

There is an important backstory to the fight for protecting students from sexual violence. It dates back to 1986, when 19-year-old student Jeanne Clery was raped and murdered in her dormitory room at Lehigh University.

Feminist Stories From Women’s Liberation: 1963-1970

Lee’s film yields a “complex and multilayered” account which she hopes will instruct her daughter, and future generations of girls, about the struggle that preceded them.