Today in the U.S., a number of contemporary poets carry the torch of their work pushing for social change in their communities.
From The Current Issue
New attention on gender inequality is inspiring new movements and energizing existing ones.
The leaderless sit-in demonstrations by Muslim women have continued around the clock for the last three months and are now being replicated in cities across the country.
The trans and undocumented Latinas who started the Mirror Beauty Cooperative want it to be a model for equal pay and worker-ownership.
The parking lot of a North Carolina abortion clinic is at the center of a battle between anti-abortion protesters and clinic escorts.
Could a mindful masculinity, freed from toxic notions of “manhood,” end the gender wars?
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.
The Congresswoman resigned after having an affair with a campaign aide, but she’s also a crime victim, and those two facts don’t cancel each other out.
No ruling, even from the highest court in the land, will invalidate state and city-level protections.