Es el Día de la Igualdad de la Mujer. Recientemente, sentada en un mar rosa, me enfrenté inesperadamente a una descripción hilarante pero desgarradora de lo lejos que todavía estamos de una sociedad igualitaria para las mujeres.
It’s Women’s Equality Day. Recently, sitting in a sea of pink, I unexpectedly grappled with a hilarious, yet heartbreaking depiction of how far we still are from an equal society for women.
Lupus is a mystery illness to many people, especially for those without access to preventative care.
This women’s history month, I want to honor the contributions of these childcare providers, mothers, and organizers who are working to make a 21st century childcare system a reality.
Even in a state with strong representation from women, violent threats, sexual harassment, and unpaid positions can deter them from fully participating in civic life.
In a town where everybody’s looking for their ace in a hole, Erika Washington hit the jackpot with a local legend known as Miss Ruby.
This month, Democratic women lawmakers reintroduced the Paycheck Fairness Act. Let’s hope the GOP won’t try to block it again.
A battle for reproductive justice is playing out after Georgia’s trigger abortion ban went into effect post-Roe.
Based on my personal experience, I can easily see the ripple effects of lawmakers venturing into territory where they don’t belong.
Roe doesn’t just protect abortion rights. It’s the keystone that keeps politicians out of the most intimate aspects of our lives.