BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Mar 20, 2015
It's no secret that Hillary Clinton is the popular choice for Democrat bid in the upcoming 2016 presidential election, and, just like the discourse surrounding her 2008 primary run, we're seeing a lot of iffy plays on gender politics popping up. One thing that's particularly irked us: Is it okay to put Bill in a dress?
Bill For First Lady is a campaign supporting Hillary Clinton’s nomination for president. They are currently accepting signatures for a petition asking her to run and have gained just under 9,000. Read More
BY Hannah Baxter
on Mar 10, 2015
On March 9, 2015, the 59th session of the Commission of the Status of Women began at the United Nation Headquarters in New York, and will last until the 20th of this month. Representatives of Member States, UN Entities and ECOSOC-accredited non-governmental organizations (oh that’s what NGO stands for!) from all around the world are meeting to discuss what often feels like the never ending fight for international women’s rights. Read More
BY Evelyn Chapman
on Mar 04, 2015
Thanks to a recent email controversy, Hillary Clinton has had a tough week. But this action figure made in her image (and her pantsuit) should cheer her up:
FCTRY, a Brooklyn-based design studio, recently created a Kickstarter campaign for a Hillary Clinton doll. Their assumption was that by the time they got the mini-Hillary boxed and ready to sell, the real-life Hillary would be "ready-for-action." Unfortunately, foxy tease that she is, Clinton is continuing to travel around the country only hinting at a campaign. Read More
BY Marissa Dubecky
on Jan 14, 2015
Once again, Elizabeth Warren has denied her plans to run for the presidency (and once again, we’re bummed about it). In a recent interview with Fortune, the senator bluntly said 'no' when she was asked if her name would appear on the ticket in 2016.
We’re still excited to see Hillary Clinton’s rumored bid continue gaining ground, but the more powerful and outspoken women on the political scene (or any scene, for that matter), the better. Read More
BY Marissa Dubecky
on Jan 05, 2015
In the wake of this huge year for women's rights, female leaders, and recognition of social justice issues in general, we're getting excited for the big things to come in 2015. Here's a list of the women we'll be following in the new year and the exciting projects they'll be working on.
Ava DuVernay - Already securing her role as the first black woman to ever be nominated for a ‘Best Director’ Golden Globe, the next few months will likely be an amazing and life-changing whirlwind for DuVernay, director of the recently released biopic, Selma. Read More