19th Amendment anniversary celebration will put women on Mount Rushmore, temporarily
Images of 14 female leaders of the suffrage and civil rights movements will be projected onto Mount Rushmore, including women who never got the right to vote themselves.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar on race, justice and the pandemic
The Minnesota senator addresses her record on race and lessons on inequity she's learned from the pandemic.
New Juntos director focuses on building services to support activism
“I don’t necessarily think people need to come to Juntos because they want to be at a protest,” Erika Guadalupe said. “I want Juntos to be a place that honors the whole person and not just these parts of ourselves that we have to fight so hard for people to see."
‘This invokes a history of terror’: Central Park incident between White woman and Black man is part of a fraught legacy
The incident is rooted in an idea, backed by generations of violence, that White womanhood is to be protected and that Black men are inherently criminal.
Lao artist mourns sense of community during coronavirus
“To be able to celebrate our holidays in public, it took a long time to get here … Now we’re almost back to Square One," said Catzie Vilayphonh. "The way in which we celebrate traditions is to ourselves again.”
The pandemic upended child care. It could be devastating for women.
As states reopen their economies, some have yet to issue a specific plan for child-care facilities. Industry groups predict that a third to half of child-care centers may not reopen at all.
Biden campaign adds Karine Jean-Pierre as senior adviser
Jean-Pierre joins Symone Sanders in the role and will work on outreach and programming for Black voters — and Black women in particular.
Philadelphia's police chief on keeping her city and her family safe
Danielle Outlaw discussed the challenges of conducting law enforcement activity during a pandemic, and of balancing motherhood and her career.
Family seeks answers in fatal police shooting of Louisville woman in her apartment
On March 13, the 26-year-old aspiring nurse was killed in her apartment, shot eight times by Louisville police officers who officials have said were executing a drug warrant. The family has sued.
Stacey Abrams keeps her focus on voting
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Abrams sees that it will change the way millions of Americans participate in the next election.
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