Mental Health Reform Activists Played The Long Game. Here’s What That Can Teach Us Today.

By Phyllis Vine This year has brought much good news for long-time followers of mental health reform. President Biden’s American Rescue Plan included billions for the training of mental health… Continue reading Mental Health Reform Activists Played The Long Game. Here’s What That Can Teach Us Today.

Your ego can finally do some good through the Gail Awards!

The Gail Awards are a celebration of creativity in advertising, content and design. So what makes it different? 100% of the proceeds from entries to The Gail Awards benefit women’s… Continue reading Your ego can finally do some good through the Gail Awards!

Here’s How to Address Menstrual Poverty

By Jefiter Mang Many girls are still kept back by menstrual myths and restrictions caused by culture and religion. Many of them miss school because they can’t afford menstrual sanitary… Continue reading Here’s How to Address Menstrual Poverty

Latinas Aren’t the Problem. Stop Putting the Pay Gap Problem on Us.

By MÓNICA RAMÍREZ Let’s be clear: The reason we observe Latina Equal Pay Day every year is because it is imperative to name that employers of all kinds are not… Continue reading Latinas Aren’t the Problem. Stop Putting the Pay Gap Problem on Us.

When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us the Way

BY MARIANNE SCHNALL AND TOLU LAWRENCE In the fight for civil rights in America, Black women have steadily led the way for centuries. Black women led the Underground Railroad, were the unsung leaders of… Continue reading When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us the Way

The Great American Lie 

The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens. With America facing widening economic inequality and stagnant social mobility, this film takes audiences on… Continue reading The Great American Lie 

Progress report on the US$1.7B pledged for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

By Sharm El Sheikh A broad coalition of 25 governments and private philanthropic entities released the first progress report on the US$1.7B pledged for the tenure rights and forest guardianship of Indigenous… Continue reading Progress report on the US$1.7B pledged for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

Media Access Awards 2022

The Media Access Awards is the world’s top awards ceremony honoring people in the film and television industries who are advancing the accurate portrayals and employment of people with disabilities.… Continue reading Media Access Awards 2022

How I Help People with Disabilities Thrive

By Nain Yuh Nain Yuh’s organization leverages evidence-based research to create financial opportunities for families of children with disabilities in Cameroon. “I didn’t know caring for my great-grandmother was preparing… Continue reading How I Help People with Disabilities Thrive

Protecting Queer Youth: Why Title IX is Not Enough, but the ERA Is!

By Caitlin Rich This September, the public comment period on proposed Title IX changes ended. The Department of Education will now consider more than 235,000 comments before issuing their final regulations. Many… Continue reading Protecting Queer Youth: Why Title IX is Not Enough, but the ERA Is!