You Know Who Rules?
"If people of faith could love the fabulous diversity of their neighbors as much as they love God—we would change the world."
"Kim and Kim" is the first major comic book featuring a trans woman written by a trans woman. Broadly spoke with author Mags Visaggio about the future of diverse comics and what she's hoping to accomplish in 2018.
The first black, openly trans woman in US history to win elected office also spent 2017 spearheading the University of Minnesota's Transgender Oral History Project.
As a high schooler, Hebh Jamal helped organize a mass student walkout protesting Trump's Muslim Ban.
Aram Han Sifuentes tells Broadly what she learned founding the first ever Protest Banner Lending Library.
After a banner year that included taking on Trump's military ban on "The Tonight Show," the comedian tells Broadly she's feeling less horrified and more hopeful every day.
Since Trump's election, Amy Siskind has tracked "eroding norms under the current regime" in the form of a weekly list.
One of the first Asian-American women elected to the Virginia House of Delegates tells Broadly that she'll "continue to take a stance against the damaging policies of the Trump administration."
Laura Hinman says the Standing Rock protest was a "test of endurance" that prepared her for for a lifetime of activism.
"Women are the owners of the factories of humanity: We just need to raise awareness to take over our own power," says feminist labor organizer, activist, and professor Cecilia Palmeiro.
Alexandra Brodsky, author of the study that looked into the trend of nonconsensual condom removal during sex, talks to Broadly about her research's impact.
Lisa Lucas is the first black woman to be named executive director of the National Book Foundation—and in her second year in the position, her vision is more ambitious than ever.