Caring is a tricky word for many women, as it brims with gendered expectations of labor, open availability, and mental load.
Talks of work-life balance often exclude low-wage women workers of color. Including them means investing in basic policies like equal pay and paid time off.
“A nation isn’t defeated until the hearts of the women are on the ground.”
The U.S. has a history of sterilizing women without their knowledge or permission, but states are working to make up for past mistakes.
In most cases, calling the police on abusers is unhelpful at best, and at worst makes survivors feel less safe: “It’s really time that we recenter on what the survivors are telling us.”
Brazilian women are breaking into politics by joining together in collective candidacies, which allow politicians to build stronger coalitions and push for progressive change.
“We have every right to do our jobs and represent our communities without fearing for our safety.”
The Aloha State is working towards establishing a new, more equitable post-pandemic normal for vulnerable communities.
Domestic violence, the leading cause of homelessness among women and children, is increasing during the pandemic.
Somali health care practitioners are addressing the cultural and medical concerns of women in their communities.
Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro caused a stir last week when he remarked that it’s time to change the order of the primary states in presidential elections. The current schedule
A little more financial security could make the difference between life and death for these women, who are often relegated to the margins of society.
One million women and girls around the world offered answers. Now their responses are influencing reproductive health care policy.
Resource extraction takes a toll on more than just the economy and the environment.
Where gun access gets easier and abortion access gets harder, women pay the price.