The NOW Foundation focuses on a broad range of women’s rights issues, including economic justice, pay equity, racial discrimination, women’s health and body image, women with disabilities, reproductive rights and justice, family law, term paper help, marriage and family formation rights of same-sex couples, representation of women in the media, and global feminist issues.

LYB challenges the message that a woman's value is best measured through her willingness and ability to embody current beauty standards.
There is a national crisis for women and their children in the family law courts of this country.
Our work with the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women is ongoing as is our march for global justice and equality for women.
Mary Lou Miller was 7 years old when the 19th Amendment was passed. She made a promise to herself to take full advantage of her right to vote, and vote she did, from 1934 onward. Yet just last year, Miller, now 101 years old, was denied the right to vote because she lacked a government issued ID, a requirement under Texas’s new voting laws.