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Throughout world history, women have not only been targets of the radical right, they have also been one of the leading forces combatting them.
Trump’s racist attacks on "the Squad" have roots in America’s history and modern GOP politics, which cultivated a culture that marginalizes women of color.
The women of the 2020 Democratic Primary are leading on detailed policies, experience and expertise. If we don't recognize this, we'll be poorer for it.
From Alabama to Georgia to Ohio, women’s bodies and economic mobility are being put on the front lines of a political battle.
From storming the midterms to confronting sexism at every turn, this was the year women refused to be silenced.
Equating the fight against mass injustice to the perpetuation of such injustice is a dangerous form of gaslighting.
On top of the fact women make 20% less than men (even less for women of color), there are numerous policies that affect their economic opportunity.
Escalating the war on women and harnessing white male rage in the wake of #MeToo may invigorate the base, but it has a cost—suburban women.
In spite of Republicans' best efforts, the anger felt by women across the country isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's turning into action.
Voter suppression is a women's issue: From marital name changes to domestic violence, women experience unique hurdles when trying to exercise their right to vote.