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May 18, 2021
The Supreme Court May Have Just Signed Roe v. Wade’s Death Warrant
The newly ultraconservative court has agreed to hear a direct challenge to the landmark 1973 abortion case—a move that can mean nothing good.
May 14, 2021
Return to the Joys of Full-Time Office Work? No, Thanks.
CEOs are touting the benefits of office “culture” as a reason to return to our cubicles. But that culture has often meant harassment, discrimination, and painful water-cooler conversations.
March 22, 2021
The Roots of the Atlanta Shooting Go Back to the First Law Restricting Immigration
The Page Act of 1875, outlawing “lewd and immoral” Chinese women, codified the bigotry directed at Asian women from their earliest migration to the US to today.
March 3, 2021
I Would Not, Could Not, Read Those Books to Kids!
Dr. Seuss Enterprises was absolutely right to ditch six racist Seuss books—and no, that's not cancel culture in action.
January 28, 2021
The Trump Administration Gutted the EEOC
An inside account of how Janet Dhillon has hollowed out America’s only workplace civil rights watchdog.
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November 18, 2020
Executing Lisa Montgomery Would Be One of Trump’s Final Cruelties
For the first time in 67 years, the federal government is set to execute a woman.
October 7, 2020
A Reckoning Inside the Domestic-Violence Movement
Domestic abuse presents a deadly threat to millions of people across America. But as concerns about police misconduct grow, feminists are reconsidering the costs of criminalization.
August 25, 2020
Letters From the September 7/14, 2020, Issue
Workers are not inputs… Starving the beast… Trump’s disordered personality… Taking back control…
August 6, 2020
No Matter Who Biden Chooses as VP, It Will Be a Bittersweet Win for Women
By the end of Biden’s VP vetting, it seemed the 11th commandment of women’s politics is “Thou shalt never be just right.”
July 23, 2020
What We Can Learn From Feminist Federal Credit Unions
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, women- and minority-owned businesses are still contending with unequal access to credit.