By Dalila-Johari Paul
How do you fight off powerful women candidates with huge number of supporters and who have been the most admired woman of America for 18 years.
If there's a place in hell for women who don't help one another, there should be a place in heaven for men who promote women's equality. Or so say our friends over at the 3% Movement.
Valentine's Day isn’t just a Hallmark holiday for love — it's also a day for action. Last Valentine's Day, one billion people in 207 countries rose and took a stand to demand justice and an end to violence against women and girls.
It's been almost 100 years since the 19th amendment guaranteed the female vote. Fast forward to 2014 - all-male panels are discussing women's reproductive rights, politicians can't seem to get the urgency of the Paycheck Fairness Act, and, oh, 15 states still haven't even ratified the Equal Rights Amendment.
Betty Friedan and Rosa Parks, both of whom are pivotal members of two of the most monumental movements in American history, share the same birthday! Friedan is credited with sparking the second wave of feminism.
December 1 and February 4 are both called Rosa Parks Day, but when will it be a national holiday? The story of staying seated on the bus because she was simply tired is fiction. On Dec. 1, 1955, when a bus driver asked her to get up, she refused because she was tired of being pushed around!
"Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” fans will be happy to know the creator these shows won the Diversity Award at the Directors Guild of America Awards last week, but she's not 100 percent ecstatic. The diversity problem still exists.
Joy-Ann Reid and Sally Kohn are just two of the many impressive women whose reporting and opinions matter in the 24-hour news cycle. Networks are breaking the "norm" more and giving us much-needed diversity in perspective and experience. From journalists to comedians to politicians, we have some great options. Here's a list.
While we're anticipating what the President will say about the economy in Tuesday's state-of-the-union address, last week's radio and Internet address reaffirmed the White House's commitment to cracking down on sexual assault on college campuses and changing a culture that perpetuates rape.
When Jennifer Tress' husband told her he had an affair because she “wasn’t pretty enough,” the D.C.-based consultant had no idea the hurtful remark would become the pillar of a movement. From a book, to a website, to action center, women and men were sharing their stories of not feeling "pretty enough." And through community-building they discovered that it does get better.
Syrian women were largely absent from this week's peace talks in Geneva. Yet they continue to demand inclusion in deciding the fate of their country. Hear what they have to say about where they call home in this moving video.