From Rep. Shirley Chisolm's bid for the presidency to the passage of Roe v. Wade, here is a primer on one of the most exciting eras of feminist rebellion in this exclusive excerpt from SHE THE PEOPLE, a graphic history of our path to equality.
Women started social-media sanctuaries in 2016 to share their support for Hillary Clinton in the face of virulent bipartisan misogyny. Post-election, they evolved into an organizing force.
After a 36-year battle, we're one state away from ratifying the amendment that would make equal rights the law of the land. What is standing in the way?
We discuss with Amy Siskind—the activist-writer who's been steadily documenting each not-normal act since the election—the dangerous incompetence of No. 45, and the power of resistance.
Its failure to be ratified did more than curtail women's rights. It may have also created a divide among its proponents.
Whether you’re With Her or Feeling the Bern, there is something quite exciting about bearing witness to a historical milestone that has been centuries in the making. Here’s why.