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Save the Date: REVEAL's Conference on the Next Generation of Feminine Spirituality

Save the Date: REVEAL's Conference on the Next Generation of Feminine Spirituality

February 15, 2011

On H.R. 3: "Quality Healthcare is a Right, Not a Privilege"

February 11, 2011

Women Have a Heartbeat too–A Look at Ohio’s New Heartbeat Bill

February 9, 2011

News Brief: An Obama Report Card, Sex Workers Murdered, An Update on Birth Control

January 28, 2011

NEWSBRIEF: Feminist Response to Assange Rape Case, OWN Network Transition, NOW Suit Against Hooters

December 20, 2010

Manifesting a Movement—a Spiritual Uprising

| October 8, 2010

Inspired by the women she met at the Omega Women and Power Conference, WMC's Jamia Wilson explains why their visions of spirituality belong at the heart of feminism. More »

At War at Home

| September 27, 2010

The Veteran Affairs Department defines a service-connected disability as "an illness or injury incurred in or aggravated by military service." As author and advocate Stacy Bannerman argues, the military spouses of those injured are on their own when it comes to treatment. More »

How To Get the Best Out of Health Care Reform

| September 13, 2010

Action on health care reform has moved to the states as they implement, or resist, provisions of the federal bill. Giovanna Rossi Pressley, a member of New Mexico's Health Care Reform Leadership Team, tells women what to watch for during this process. More »

Maria Shriver Takes On Alzheimer’s Advocacy

| August 16, 2010

In her final year as California's First Lady, Maria Shriver turns public attention to Alzheimer’s advocacy at her influential California Governor & First Lady's Conference on Women. Reflecting on an interview with Shriver, author and Feminist.com founder Marianne Schnall explores the personal stories and experiences behind Shriver’s decision. More »

AIDS Breakthrough for Women

AIDS Breakthrough for Women

| August 5, 2010

In this second WMC report on the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Linda Villarosa explains why the development of a medicinal gel is both a lifesaving step forward for women and an affirmation of women and African Americans working to develop treatments. More »