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Myrlie Evers-Williams—Making Her Own History

Myrlie Evers-Williams—Making Her Own History

| January 28, 2013

The inauguration moment that most moved the author, multimedia journalist Mary C. Curtis, came early in the ceremony. More »

India Tragedy Seen as Transitional Moment

India Tragedy Seen as Transitional Moment

| January 10, 2013

Activists in India look to the unabated anger at the death of a young woman as a turning point in their struggle to combat violence against women. More »

Celebrating “Wimmen’s Comix”

Celebrating “Wimmen’s Comix”

| January 8, 2013

An exhibit in San Francisco shows how Bay Area cartoonists made history 40 years ago. More »

The Year 2012 Is Reflected in “Emotional Creature”

The Year 2012 Is Reflected in “Emotional Creature”

| December 24, 2012

Eve Ensler's latest play on the inner lives of girls treats topical concerns for feminists today throughout the world. More »

Girls Impact the World Film Festival—A Forum for Social Change

Girls Impact the World Film Festival—A Forum for Social Change

| November 13, 2012

A four-women collaboration hopes to harness the creativity of young women around the world, empowering them to address concerns central to their lives. More »

Letters from Ground Zero IV

Letters from Ground Zero IV

| November 3, 2012

Robin Morgan asks us to avert the "far bigger storm than Sandy looming" by going to the polls Tuesday—in this commentary delivered today on her radio talk-show, "Women's Media Center Live." More »

My Life in a Binder

My Life in a Binder

| October 24, 2012

The author, after three decades maneuvering through corporate America, writes about what it means to be one of a binder full of women, and how to break free. More »

Australia’s Leader Meets Sexist Attacks Head On

Australia’s Leader Meets Sexist Attacks Head On

| October 18, 2012

Misogynist political talk has become a national issue in Australia after Prime Minister Julia Gillard confronted the Opposition leader for participating in sexist dialogue that this commentary's author had recently helped document. More »

Why Teens’ Attitudes Matter

Why Teens’ Attitudes Matter

| October 11, 2012

WMC contest winner Adora Svitak today delivers the Girls’ State of the Union Message at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Here she investigates what teens really think about sex. More »

Innovative Women’s Museum Opens in Santa Fe

Innovative Women’s Museum Opens in Santa Fe

| September 25, 2012

Native American women artists have a home of their own in New Mexico, thanks to the dedication of a third generation painter whose grandmother came from the Santa Clara pueblo. More »