Skip to content
War on Terror
your online access
Feminism news and analysis from The Nation
January 11, 2022
The Indomitable Rev. Addie L. Wyatt
The trailblazing Black labor leader and civil rights activist took her fight for equality from the packinghouse to the pulpit.
January 10, 2022
Japanese Women Are Fighting Back Against Pervasive Sexism
The pay gap between men and women in Japan is nearly 25 percent.
December 30, 2021
Remembering Harry Reid, 1939–2021
The Nevada senator was a brilliant strategist, but his real secret was his ability to take your biggest vulnerability and make it your strength.
Rebecca Kirszner Katz
December 21, 2021
Remembering the Clarion Call of bell hooks
My recollections of the late scholar, who revolutionized her fields.
Patricia J. Williams
December 14, 2021
The Finger Lakes Are Being Poisoned
The birthplace of American feminism is being buried under a mountain of garbage.
Susan Brind Morrow
GET UNLIMITED DIGITAL ACCESS FOR LESS THAN $3 A MONTH!
December 9, 2021
Holiday Giving: Second Pandemic Winter Edition
Republicans are on the move, and so are Covid and climate change—give now, before things get even worse!
December 8, 2021
The Right’s Bad-Faith Argument About Bodily Autonomy
Justice Amy Coney Barrett wants to catch us in a trap where either we concede the state’s right to coerce reproduction or we abandon the state’s right to mandate vaccines.
David M. Perry
December 7, 2021
What We Get Wrong About Adoption
Activists and political leaders promote adoption as a social good, looking past the complex experiences of adoptees and the parents who relinquish them.
Jessica M. Harrison
December 3, 2021
Standing With Nurses Is a Feminist Project
Nurses unions from 28 different countries are taking on governments and Big Pharma with a simple demand: Waive patents on Covid-19 vaccines, and end the pandemic now.
December 2, 2021
Thinking Beyond “Roe”
If Supreme Court rules as expected, a group of committed abortion rights supporters is ready to fight to “liberate abortion.”