The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards took place Sunday night and saw major wins for HBO’s Succession, Watchmen, and Netflix’s Schitt’s Creek.
How Period Activists Adapted to the Times to Bring Awareness to Period Poverty
PERIOD, a global non-profit dedicated to raising awareness of the menstrual movement, thrived during the coronavirus pandemic against all odds.
Why We Need to Keep Saying Her Name: Breonna Taylor
With the resurgence of the hashtag #SayHerName, Breonna Taylor has become the new symbol of the Black Lives Matter movement as heart-wrenching accounts of police violence have swept the nation. But Taylor’s intersectional identity as a black woman has affected how her story has been told, and the police officers responsible for her death still face no charges. We need to say her name, along with the names of other black women that have been largely overlooked in the media.
Presidential Candidate or Not: Women are Changing the Political Game
A record-breaking number of women have run for Congress, president, or local political positions in 2020. Even though politics is still disproportionately dominated by men, women are making history and reshaping the United States government.
‘Tis the Holiday Playlist You Never Knew You Needed
61 songs for rockin' around the Christmas tree, dashing through the snow, and all your favorite winter festivities.
Camille Hoffman; Art, Cultural Identity and Polly Pockets
There is work and then there is play, or so we thought. Camille Hoffman—artist, arts educator and community organizer—is not afraid to do both at..
Building Peace in a State of Chaos with Kate Alexander
Peace, love, and acceptance; these are all terms that seem like a pipe dream to some of what we are facing in society today. Humans..