Voter suppression today primarily affects marginalized people.
How to be there for the people who need you most.
For many marginalized people, this simply isn’t true.
Activists share concrete actions you can take right now.
Because if you’re not fighting white supremacy as a white person, you’re supporting it.
And other things to remember if you call your feminism intersectional.
Donald J. Trump’s campaign was dogged by accusations of misogyny. Now his cabinet is shaping up to be one of the most hostile in recent memory to issues affecting women
The 2016 election exposed a significant crisis for U.S. democracy: the failure of our news media system.
Now is the time to remember that “women” does not equal white women. “Women” must mean all women.
The progressive coalition will never be as strong as it needs to be if more white women will not join us.
There are already enough white people who are afraid to ask simple questions or open their mouths in a conversation about race. How would you have wanted to be treated before your eyes were opened?
At an individual level, people can check in on their families, friends, and coworkers, to see how they’re doing, and host gatherings or create opportunities for people to socialize and be together.