Perhaps if women were as valued and respected as men, American society would be the place men claim it is.
School shooting after school shooting thrust teachers and students into America’s gun rights debate. Now, they’re pawns in a deadly pandemic.
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Nandini Jammi co-founded the ad accountability platform, Sleeping Giants, but never felt she got the credit. Now she's building a business centered on personal power.
The conversation to prepare children of color for the dangers of living in a white supremacist society is often focused on boys, but it shouldn't be.
As we navigate interactions with strangers and loved ones amidst a public health crisis, it's more important than ever to define and assert our boundaries.
Inclusivity within justice movements isn't just the right thing to do, it's the only way to create real change.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live, upended economic systems, and obliterated entire industries. Five historians reflect on what this all will mean once it’s...
As COVID-19 amplifies the urgency of issues like voting rights and abortion access, the flaws of government have been exposed. And so has the strength of everyday activists.
Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist—and we owe that to the silence-breakers. But we also owe them something more: the ability to work without fear of being perceived as...
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