Native, formerly incarcerated, and immigrant women, among others, describe the obstacles that keep their communities from being fairly counted.
Even before women in the U.S. had the right to vote, political strategists assumed married women would just cast the same votes as their husbands. A century later, the questionable theory continues to stick.
Change is happening because it’s long overdue.
Last night we launched our 'Suffrage Series' of documentaries. If you weren't there, this is what you missed.
Campaigners from marginalised communities played a critical role in getting women in the UK the right to vote – but their contributions have been erased. We spoke to several historians trying to change that.
Plus celebrating 124 years of women's suffrage with a march in Nelson, and Trump says America would "totally destroy" North Korea.
To mark the anniversary of women’s suffrage in Canada, women took all 338 seats of Parliament
In a proper democracy, you shouldn't even have to worry about it.
As Saudi women prepare to vote and run for office for the first time, many believe that it is critical for the ruling family to avoid liberalizing society in a way that could drive more conservative-minded Saudis to extremism.