How to Write a Best-Selling Feminist Book
With all these empowering books on the literary market, two millennial girl bosses are sharing their guide to bringing modern feminism to the masses.
Black Women Making History
Essayist Morgan Jerkins on Intersectionality and Her Remarkable New Book
Jerkins talks about her insightful new essay collection 'This Will Be My Undoing.'
Bernie Sanders: Still Good
The left-wing senator is touring the country to fire up his base, and he's just getting started.
The Women’s March Proves Solidarity Can’t Exist in a Bubble
Saturday’s protest was a massive success, but will white women continue showing up for marginalized communities after last weekend?
Why as a Black Muslim Woman I Feel I Can’t Be a Feminist
The movement has consistently alienated women like me.
Talking to the Feminist Filmmakers Who Made a 'Mumblecore Superhero Movie'
An interview with the women behind Red Lighter Films, which aims to combine intersectional feminism with film and make movies that represent marginalized groups.
On Campus with Saskatchewan’s Two-Spirit, Gay, Cree, Transgender Student President
Jack Saddleback has few issues being called a trailblazer but admits it has been a difficult process getting to where he is today.
International Women's Day 2016
We Need to Talk About the Women of UK Hip-Hop
We spoke to the directors of a new documentary that sheds light on the history and feminism of women in British hip-hop, and why their voices often go unheard.
We Went to Quebec’s Militant Feminist Training Camp
"The patriarchal system can be seen even in the feminist struggle."
Noelle Solange Didierjean
Why Do Most of Britain's Public Transport Racists Seem to Be Women?
Why do we regularly see videos of British women being racist? Why do they seem to make it into the news cycle rather than incidents of public male-perpetrated racism?