ERA Coalition/FFWE Statement in the Wake of Targeted and Racist Gun Violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 16, 2022 Contact: cwest@eracoalition.org Washington, DC – “The ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality stand in solidarity with the Asian-American and Black communities that have been so terribly… Continue reading ERA Coalition/FFWE Statement in the Wake of Targeted and Racist Gun Violence

Documentary, in Color

Sahar Driver, co-director of Color Congress Sonya Childress, co-director of Color Congress 28 APRIL 2022 In the last 21 years, only six filmmakers of color have taken home the Oscar for Best… Continue reading Documentary, in Color

PAR FOR THE COURSE

PAR FOR THE COURSE Poem by Violetta Babirye As a child, I play with boys  We play freely: we are all the same  When we get older, I am introduced… Continue reading PAR FOR THE COURSE

Three lessons on what leaders need today to fight inequality

Adria D. Goodson, Director, Global Fellowship Program 19 OCTOBER 2021 The pandemic has created a moment of rupture and has created possibilities for leaders to disrupt existing power structures and envision… Continue reading Three lessons on what leaders need today to fight inequality

UKRAINE: My Testimony as a Ukrainian Refugee

At almost 16, Valeriia Ivanova fled Ukraine with her mother and sister, leaving her father behind. She narrates her story and vows to return to rebuild her country.  But even… Continue reading UKRAINE: My Testimony as a Ukrainian Refugee

Envision Equality Roundtable

The inspiration behind the Envision Equality campaign was created in collaboration with the Global Center for Gender Equality at Stanford University, Marianne Schnall (Journalist and Founder of Feminist.com), the ERA… Continue reading Envision Equality Roundtable

How Texas’s S.B. 8 Restricts Sexual Abuse Survivor Advocacy

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 02: Demonstrators rally against anti-abortion and voter suppression laws at the Texas State Capitol on October 2, 2021 in Austin, Texas. The Women's March and other groups organized marches across the country to protest the new abortion law in Texas. (Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images)

4/4/2022 by MICHELLE SIMPSON TUEGEL We as attorneys have a right to do our jobs, which includes giving our clients candid, truthful advice, in their best interest, free of coercion. The most… Continue reading How Texas’s S.B. 8 Restricts Sexual Abuse Survivor Advocacy

Women’s Rights and Democracy Are Inextricably Linked

AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 02: Demonstrators rally against anti-abortion and voter suppression laws at the Texas State Capitol on October 2, 2021 in Austin, Texas. The Women's March and other groups organized marches across the country to protest the new abortion law in Texas. (Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images)

3/24/2022 by JENNIFER WEISS-WOLF We cannot expect to meas­ure the ebb and flow of a truly inclus­ive demo­cracy without first look­ing to gender equity. Women’s rights have been the canary… Continue reading Women’s Rights and Democracy Are Inextricably Linked

With a Powerhouse All-Women Cast, ‘Suffs’ Explores Activists Who Made Women’s Voting Rights Happen

3/25/2022 by JENNIFER WEISS-WOLF How little the general public has absorbed about the suffrage movement and its myriad players is not an accident. Live theater has returned and among the… Continue reading With a Powerhouse All-Women Cast, ‘Suffs’ Explores Activists Who Made Women’s Voting Rights Happen

CAMEROON: My Best Friend Was Married at Age 12. I Advocate for Girls’ Rights in Her Honor.

By LIZ LUM from Cameroon After her best friend was suddenly forced from school to marry, Liz Lum speaks up about injustices and harmful practices done to women and girls.… Continue reading CAMEROON: My Best Friend Was Married at Age 12. I Advocate for Girls’ Rights in Her Honor.