Bryce Covert is a contributor at The Nation and a contributing op-ed writer at the New York Times. Her writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, the New Republic, New York Magazine, Slate, and others, and she won a 2016 Exceptional Merit in Media Award from the National Women’s Political Caucus. She has appeared on ABC, CBS, MSNBC, NPR, and other outlets.
A new wave of female labor leaders are winning by thinking big.
The New York governor’s refusal to allocate funds for universal pre-K reveals the limits of his social progressivism.
More diversity in leadership brings a diversity of perspectives—and might help raise objections before a bad decision goes public.
Ten bills blocking paid sick days have been passed, seven this year alone. But that doesn’t have progressives down.
Flexible scheduling may do more harm than good as it reinforces stereotypical gender roles.
If Republicans feel entitled to push pet projects in exchange for opening the government or avoiding default, Democrats should call them on it—and detail their own demands.
The protracted fight to get a more qualified woman nominated over a less qualified man is a perfect parable for how hard achieving diversity really is.