international women's day

international women's day

The Woman Refusing to Let Palestine's Farming Roots Die

Vivien Sansour founded The Palestinian Heirloom Library in hopes to revive plants threatened by occupation, climate change, and agribusiness.
Leila Ettachfini
3.8.19
The Least You Could Do

100 More Things You Can Do to Make Women's Lives Easier

If you think you don't need this list because you've already got it figured out, read it five times.
Broadly Staff
3.8.19
international women's day

9 Photo Essays of Women and LGBTQ People's Lives Around the World

From the frontlines of Argentina's trans rights movement to the bathtubs and couches where women have given birth, these photos portray the multiplicity of women and LGBTQ people's lives.
Broadly Staff
3.8.19
international women's day

Broadly Picks: 9 Must-Read Books by Women

Feminista Jones, Fatimah Asghar, Virgie Tovar, and other women you need on your bookshelf—today and every day.
Broadly Staff
3.8.19
Basketball

Clippers Send Out Anne Frank Dating App Tweet, Delete Immediately

Oh, and Ayn Rand was up in the mix, too. For some goddamn reason.
Liam Daniel Pierce
3.9.18
international women's day

Millions of Spanish Women Went on a Feminist Strike

An estimated five million women across Spain joined a historic strike to mark International Women's Day.
Laura Muriel
Ana Iris Simón
3.9.18
international women's day

9 Feminist Films From Around the World on Netflix

We've compiled this list in honor of International Women's Day—but you should be watching them year round.
Leila Ettachfini
3.8.18
Internet

The Women Pioneers of the Internet Say There Have Always Been Trolls

A new book released this week tells the untold stories of the internet’s early days.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.8.18
Culture

The Label Giving Girls a Space to Create and Release Their Own Music

In honor of International Women's Day, the Lower East Side Girls Club’s Sound Studio premieres its video for the studio's first song, “You Can Hold Onto My Hand."
Kimberly Lawson
3.8.18
Broadly

The Forgotten Black Woman Inventor Who Revolutionized Menstrual Pads

Mary Beatrice Davidson Kenner was a self-taught inventor who created the sanitary belt and filed five patents in her lifetime.
Zing Tsjeng
3.8.18
international women's day

Illustrated Tributes to Female Artists, by Female Artists

Here's how some of our favorite illustrators paid homage to the artists they look up to.
Nick Gazin
3.8.18
Internet

The Red Pill's 'How to Get Laid Like a Warlord' Advice, Analyzed

One for the men, for International Women's Day.
Emma Garland
3.8.18
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