Socks, step-kids and Sotomayor: An inauguration that breaks barriers is only fitting for Kamala Harris

Being “first” means @KamalaHarris has an opportunity to give other women a seat at the table. More from @ChrisFNunes in @Independent on how our new VP is proving you don’t have to follow outdated norms of what a woman’s role is.

Gender Parity in Jeopardy as Women Account for 100 Percent of December Job Losses

“We are neglecting the value of women… — the essential workers that are needed to keep our companies and our country sustaining and livable and thriving, but yet we are laying them off, we are underpaying them…”

25 of the Most Powerful Images of 2020 Capture A Year We’ll Never Forget

“Bringing Black and South Asian representation to the table, her lived experiences as a woman of color and a daughter of immigrants will offer a point of view in the White House the likes of which this country has never seen,” Christian Nunes, the president of the National Organization for Women, previously told Business Insider.

Kamala Harris makes history as the first female, Black, and Asian American vice president-elect

“Bringing Black and South Asian representation to the table, her lived experiences as a woman of color and a daughter of immigrants will offer a point of view in the White House the likes of which this country has never seen,” Christian Nunes, the president of the National Organization for Women, told Business Insider.

Black mothers are tired of seeing their kids become hashtags

Black mothers are tired of crying in agony and are tired of defending the value of our loved ones to white supremacists disguised in suits, uniforms, and judicial robes.