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NEWSFLASH: Feminist Leader Held as Part of Egypt’s Travel Ban

Egyptian law now prevents progressive NGO and nonprofit leaders from leaving the country, which is creating chaos in the country.

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Nancy Pelosi Re-Elected House Minority Leader

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi has championed healthcare and women’s rights since 2003. On Wednesday night, she re-earned her place as one of the most powerful Speakers of the House to date.

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The Process of Disclosure

Fourteen years. That’s how long it took me to admit to myself and others that I had survived a physically violent relationship.

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NEWSFLASH: Thousands of Workers Join First Nationwide Strike Since the Election

Thousands of workers in 340 cities nationwide participated in Fight for 15′s twelfth one-day strike on Tuesday.

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Abuse and Empowerment: Donna Kaz’s “Un/Masked” Compels Us to Speak Up

Donna Kaz’s Un/Masked: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour chronicles the birth of a feminist.

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Hidden Figures in Math

“Hidden Figures” begs the question: How are women, particularly underrepresented women, faring in the US math community more than 50 years later?

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Risking Domestic Violence to Pursue an Education

The cornerstone of women’s equality is education—but access to classrooms, school supplies, and teachers is often scarce in the places that need it the most.

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Support Feminist Truth-Telling for #GivingTuesday

As we prepare to enter into a new year and a new presidential administration, we must fight on—but we need your help.

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Donald Trump is a Trigger

How can survivors move forward into a Trump presidency when it reminds them, consistently and unrelentingly, of one of the worst experiences of their lives?

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Q&A: Dr. Stephanie Allen and Lauren Cherelle on Black Lesbian Feminism and Fiction

“I decided to go for it because it defines who I am. I am Black, am lesbian and am a feminist and this is my press.”