Womens History Month
The WNBA Icon Who Should Have Changed the Endorsement Deal Game
WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes made history in 1995 and became the first woman with her own signature sneaker—a milestone very few women athletes would meet.
The Runner Who Hid Her Gender to Be the First Woman in the Boston Marathon
When 20-year-old Kathrine Switzer bucked the Boston Marathon's rules in order to compete, a man tried to physically remove her from the race.
Nikki Giovanni Has Advice for Black Women Dealing with Emotional Labor
"We seem to be spending time telling white people what they're doing wrong, instead of telling Black people what we're doing right," Giovanni tells Broadly.
The Black Female Inventor Who Revolutionized Menstrual Pads
We talk about Mary Beatrice Davidson Kenner, the forgotten inventor who helped make periods a little more tolerable for women, on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
Traveling the Country with My Queer, Feminist Roadshow Family
"As soon as I stepped onstage at my first Sister Spit show, I felt my spirit open up to receive the sea of queer faces smiling, nodding, snapping their fingers."