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Here's How You Can Join Pink Out Day On March 29

On Wednesday, March 29, Planned Parenthood (PP) will fight against the movement to defund PP with Read More »

You Can Celebrate 50/50 Day On May 10 With This Incredible Film

Although Women's History Month is coming to a close and International Women's Day has passed, there are plenty of days worth celebrating in the months ahead. Read More »

Nevada to Make History As First State in 3.5 Decades to Ratify the ERA

On March 22, 1972, the United States Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), sending it to the states for ratification, which would be amended in the Constitution should 38 states ratify it by June 30, 1982. Read More »

One Mother's Campaign Encourages All to Bring Their Political Views to the Table

In 2012, Julie Winokur's 17-year-old son called her out for being "politically intolerant," Read More »

Iceland Is Making Companies Prove Women Get Equal Pay

One of the biggest issues being protested on International Women's Day was the fact that, in many parts of the world, Read More »

Here's How Women's Day Will Be Recognized Internationally

International Women's Day is celebrated annually on March 8 by women and men from different countries, time zones, and backgrounds — all united under feminism. Read More »

NYC Is the First to Hire an Equity Coordinator; Here's Why Your City Needs One

New York City hired a gender equity coordinator to ensure that the public school programs and curriculums are equal. New York City will be the first city to do this with their pick for hire: Kimberly Shannon. Read More »

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