Anastasia Curwood’s new biography on the first Black woman elected to Congress examines how Shirley Chisholm saw intersections and worked for progress.
Kearse was the first Black woman judge on an appellate court and helped pave the way for judges such as Jackson, the newest nominee to the country’s highest court.
The measure forces states to recognize same-sex marriages that take place in any other state and repeals the Defense of Marriage Act.
News of Harvey Weinstein’s perpetuated sexual abuse broke five years ago. Now, early Silence Breakers are speaking about what life has looked like as others have sought to tell their stories for them.
Title IX was supposed to move women off the sidelines. But while cheerleading has moved far beyond game day, it still doesn’t have that recognition.
People with disabilities themselves have been largely absent from the public debate on abortion rights — until now.
Favor, a birth control and emergency contraception provider, has turned to TikTok to seek out influencer partnerships via “activation campaigns” centered on abortion rights and the end of Roe.
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