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How to Organize Against White Supremacy
It's on white people to label Las Vegas, Charlottesville, and Texas the terrorist acts that they are.
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How the Religious Right Broke Into Our Bedrooms
They weren't always obsessed with abortion and sexual freedom. Here's how it happened.
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The Statue of Liberty Is a Symbol for the Misfits
Author Lidia Yuknavitch salutes Lady Liberty.
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First Lady Dolley Madison Knew How to Party
A look back at the influential — and festive — work of First Lady Dolley Madison.
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These Women Are Saving American Politics
In Trump's America, women are running for office in unprecedented numbers. Here are their stories.
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How Trump's Anti-Abortion Policies Could Keep Girls Around the World Out of School
The trickle-down cruelty of his agenda.
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Does the Church Have the Answer to Our Political Turmoil?
A trip to the 2017 International Pastors and Leaders Conference.
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Three Iraqi Women Who Escaped ISIS Speak Out
"At night, the ghosts of our old lives will come, and no one can stand that heartbreak."
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Why Democratic Unity Is Nothing Without Women
Women are the backbone of the Democratic Party, and we need to be treated that way.
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Never Before with Janet Mock: "Maxine Waters," Episode 3
This week's guest is U.S. representative Maxine Waters.
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Elizabeth Warren Wants to Make College Affordable Again
The best way to fight Trump is to invest in education for America's youth.
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17-Year-Old Gavin Grimm On Why He's Fighting for Trans Equality
The high-school senior suing his school district for its bathroom policy vows to continue his activism after graduation.
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Equal Pay Day Isn't a Holiday. It's a Call to Fight.
The pay gap for women of color is a chasm. This is a call to action.
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Act Local, Act Now
Why focusing on local elections is one of the most important parts of resisting the Trump administration.
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Hijabis Not Seen on TV
The comedians behind Shugs & Fats talk about Muslim representation.
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The Talk
I didn't think we needed to talk to our kids so early about race. I was wrong.
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Tombamento
Black Brazilian women's ongoing struggle for power.
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The President and the Ghost Whisperer
On the scandal involving a gigolo from a male brothel and a $3 million dressage horse that brought South Korea's first female president...
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A Brief History of Women's Marches
From the Suffrage Parade of 1913 to this week's march on Washington.
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100 Years
A video to celebrate a century of Planned Parenthood from Lena Dunham, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, America Ferrera and more.
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