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Activist Angela Davis Reaches a New Generation

Activist Angela Davis Reaches a New Generation

| April 4, 2013

In film and onstage, from the perspective of more than 50 years of activism, Angela Davis offers lessons from an organizer. More »

Leaning In Can Get You Laid Out

Leaning In Can Get You Laid Out

| March 14, 2013

Media discussions of Sandberg’s advice for getting ahead in the corporate world miss an important consideration, says author and social media strategist Courtney E. Martin. More »

Nepotism Is Not Feminism

Nepotism Is Not Feminism

| February 19, 2013

The author, editorial director of Feminist Studies, takes issue with the language the president used in last week's State of the Union address. More »

Dr. Vandana Shiva—The New Delhi Rape and Globalization

Dr. Vandana Shiva—The New Delhi Rape and Globalization

| February 11, 2013

Dr. Vandana Shiva, economist, environmentalist, and feminist, spoke of the public outcry in India and how the devaluing of women in a global economy set the stage for the New Delhi rape. Adapted from a conversation broadcast last month on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan. More »

New Girl(s)—Looking for the Allure in Feminism

New Girl(s)—Looking for the Allure in Feminism

| February 5, 2013

The author, who delivered WMC's Girls' State of the Union Message last year, explains why image counts when appealing to teens and young women. More »

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 »