Women have always led the fight against gender oppression. So why are we being blamed for not doing enough?
The iconic Pete Seeger folk song has become an anthem for the predominantly white environmental movement. But can a colonized nation built on the backs of slaves ever really make that claim?
Often erased from the activist movements they started, Black women are calling out attempts to silence them, and fueling the #resistance by being each other’s best allies.
Activist Charlotte Clymer joins Ashley to talk about surviving trolls, what it means to be a good ally, and the power in speaking up in awkwrd situations.
In many urban communities there is a confluence of issues driving the lack of healthy food access. One organization in South Los Angeles is working to address it holistically.
The onslaught of attacks by this administration against women, people of color, immigrants, the LGBTQ community is enough to send anyone to a rage spiral. But there is purpose in that all-consuming anger.
Media and culture have shifted since Anita Hill was shamed for telling the truth, yet today it's still far too hard for women to simply exist.
On our premiere episode, Ashley Nicole Black welcomes guest co-host, Rebecca Traister to try to answer every woman's pressing question: "What am I supposed to do with all this rage?"
Activists are getting exhausted by the endless stream of attacks from the Trump administration. Those on the front lines have to protect themselves to keep up the fight.
The Dems might not be able to stop Kavanaugh's SCOTUS appointment, but these women have risked arrest as if our lives depend on it. Because they do.