- August 26, 2020One hundred years ago this month, the 19th Amendment was ratified. But American women’s battle for the ballot and representation in government began long before that day in August — and continues, even to this day.
- August 25, 2020
Black women were left in the wilderness for nearly half a century, as White women claimed a suffrage victory and largely abandoned the fight. Continue reading
- February 12, 2020“The Notorious RGB” A Supreme Court Justice for 27 years now, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has also become a cultural icon who regularly attracts huge crowds to her public appearances. They packed the house at Union where she talked about her career and the current state of SCOTUS.
- November 13, 2017Our new video series features a diverse group of women who share their powerful stories about abortion. As women across the country face increasing obstacles to making decisions about their own lives, #NoChoice presents the lived experiences of women to make the political personal.
- March 8, 2017Fifty years after the 19th (the Suffrage) Amendment had passed, tens of thousands of American women abandoned their husbands, their desks, their typewriters and their waitress stations to march down the avenues in a number of cities to press for a new set of issues.
- January 22, 2017The Women’s March on Washington illustrated the wide variety of issues women are concerned about in the years ahead with Donald Trump.