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The Sundance-to-Oscar pipeline has been great for independent film directors—at least the male ones.
The last century—and the next—of women’s struggle for justice.
If the Catholic Church is to change, the first thing that needs to happen is no pope, and certainly not an infallible one.
She vowed to make women’s rights a cornerstone of US foreign policy. How did she do?
As Roe v. Wade turns forty, NARAL seeks to mobilize a younger generation of activists.
Rape culture exists because we don't believe it does. Here's how to empower men and women to change the status quo.
The film’s torture scenes do not excuse or glorify torture; they do something worse: draw the audience into accommodating it.
Now that women will be on the front lines in combat, maybe the country is finally ready to put gender equality in the Constitution.
After the 2012 elections, women in Washington have a long to-do list—and it doesn’t stop at reproductive rights.
Hate crimes in America—and elsewhere—add up to the world’s longest war.
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