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Women's Media Center produces original features on important issues by women experts and journalists.  Our reports and commentaries provide progressive women's perspectives on both headline stories and timely events ignored or misrepresented in the mainstream media.  National and international contributors -- widely diverse -- include members of the Women's Media Center Board of Directors, Progressive Women's Voices alumnae, SheSource participants, and many others, all using our platform to influence the global disucssion - and all paid honararia in respect for their writing.  They offer our audience must-know information to move forward making change. 

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 »

Human Trafficking Bill Resurrected in Congress

Human Trafficking Bill Resurrected in Congress

| February 15, 2013

This week the Senate took care of the unfinished business of reauthorizing legislation to combat the crime of trafficking, including services for domestic victims. Now it's up to the House. More »

The Pot Calling the Kettle…

The Pot Calling the Kettle…

| February 13, 2013

The author goes beneath the Western stereotypes of African politics to explain what's at stake for women and all citizens in the upcoming elections in Kenya. 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 »

Hillary Clinton’s Future—Full of Possibilities

Hillary Clinton’s Future—Full of Possibilities

| February 7, 2013

The author, who has closely followed Hillary Clinton's career, writes that pundits are posing the wrong question about Clinton's future. 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 »

Strike, Dance! Eve Ensler’s One Billion Rising

Strike, Dance! Eve Ensler’s One Billion Rising

| February 1, 2013

On February 14, V-Day's Eve Ensler calls on "one billion women and those who love them" to rise up to confront violence against women. More »

Hollywood—Don’t They Want the Money?

Hollywood—Don’t They Want the Money?

| January 30, 2013

The author of the annual Celluloid Ceiling report looks beyond the awards season coverage to tell us how Hollywood is treating women professionals—and audience members. 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 »

The Good, the Bad, and Django

The Good, the Bad, and Django

| January 25, 2013

The author considers Tarantino's new film and what kinds of movies about race relations tend to get made, and released, in Hollywood. More »