The constitutional scholar and author of 'The Bill of Rights: A User's Guide' reflects on the legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer and the way social movements of today reflect the history—and necessity—of civic activism.
There are a record-breaking number of female candidates. And The American Women's Party is determined they all get into office.
As kids across America participated in #NationalWalkoutDay, some were slapped with suspensions. What should grownups do about it? Take them to school.
While Trump and Kim Jong-un plan to compare button sizes, female activists are working to erase nuclear threat. But will it be enough?
The state has led the way on climate change, gun control, and immigration. A new assembly bill now paves the way for reproductive freedom, thanks to student activists.
The comedian left a successful talk show to use her immense platform to help the cause she calls an "emergency": electing more women to public office, and ensuring that everyone votes.
Without regulation, employers of hourly and part-time workers can create impossible environments for their employees. These organizations are fighting to make dignity and stability a right for all.
The Women’s March started a movement of resistance, while simultaneously pointing to white feminism’s inherent flaws. One year later, organizers and followers are planning a fresh attack.
This year is all about turning rage into action. Throughout the month of January, we're highlighting the most effective organizations doing that work.
While it may be a haven for trolls, the social-media platform also provides many people of color a big, supportive community—and a means to find work.