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Women Get Fewer Than 1 in 5 Nominations in Non-Acting Categories
Ashley Judd, Soraya Chemaly Launch WMC Speech Project: Initiative Spotlights The Effects of Toxic Online Harassment on Women
Initiative Spotlights The Effects of Toxic Online Harassment on Women
Gloria Steinem calls for more accurate, informed and experienced reporting
Media coverage of U.S. campus rape and sexualized violence is significantly skewed toward the bylines and voices of men, according to a WMC report.
Women represent only 22 percent of all nominees in 44 writing, directing, editing, and producing categories over the past decade.
The Women's Media Center today congratulates the 20 women accepted into its WMC Progressive Women's Voices class of 2015.
Forty-nine studies—including new research from WMC—detail the shape and scope of women’s participation in media