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My 3-Day Girl Journalist Career Comes to a Close

My 3-Day Girl Journalist Career Comes to a Close

January 28, 2011

As Women in High-Profile Leadership Increase, So Do the Risks

January 11, 2011

WMC Remembers Elizabeth Edwards through the photographs of Jenny Warburg

December 9, 2010

Finding Your Own Voice: Insightful Quotes from Uncommon Women

November 22, 2010

Why Mama Grizzlies Vote Pro-Choice

Why Mama Grizzlies Vote Pro-Choice

| October 29, 2010

WMC Co-founder Gloria Steinem writes about the most crucial economic issues for women on Election Day–and the real Mama Grizzlies. More »

Upcoming: Omega’s Women & Power Conference

September 1, 2010

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reminds: “Keep in Mind Your Mission”

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reminds: “Keep in Mind Your Mission”

| August 23, 2010

As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg prepares to welcome Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court bench this fall, she reflects on the value of civil discourse in an interview with Associate Professor Nichola D. Gutgold. More »

For Love and/or Money: When Business and Activism Join Hands

For Love and/or Money: When Business and Activism Join Hands

| August 18, 2010

Social-entrepreneurial partnerships can be win-win situations, reports writer-photographer Laura Tillman, but nonprofits and celebrities have to choose their collaborators carefully. More »

Women Need Immigration Reform: What You Can Do About It

Women Need Immigration Reform: What You Can Do About It

| June 24, 2010

Women immigrants in the United States are a positive force in their communities. Rather than criminalizing them, argues the author, we must let them take care of their families. More »

Rhonda Copelon—An Architect of Feminist Human Rights Law

| May 18, 2010

When Rhonda Copelon died this month of ovarian cancer, she was 65 and the influence of her ground-breaking legal career could be appreciated around the world. Here, adapted from a tribute at an awards ceremony last year, friend and colleague Charlotte Bunch describes her extraordinary personal and professional contributions. More »