Professor Claudia Goldin’s award-winning research has shone a spotlight on the big thing holding back women’s earning potential: their at-home responsibilities.
Just in time for Bullying Awareness Month, the anti-bullying advocate launched a new PSA encouraging viewers to be kinder to themselves.
The former First Lady urged women in sports and beyond to speak up against America’s sexist pay gap, while urging institutions to listen – and change.
What began as a collaboration between several of the basketball league’s players and the cosmetics company turned into something much bigger – historic, even.
In a seemingly uncoordinated move, famed chef Giada De Laurentiis debuts 8 new pastas and superstar Cher announces “Cherlato.”
This summer’s box-office hit is a woman-made, women-led feminist contemplation hidden within a pink, plastic Trojan horse. Its opening was the biggest ever for a woman director.
The sports legend will call it quits later this year, after 14 years of champion-level game play – and championing social-justice causes.
Actress Jodie Whittaker, the world’s first female Doctor Who, is lending her talents and platform to a new equity initiative.
Through Atelier Jolie, the actress and humanitarian will connect tailors – some of them refugees – with clients seeking bespoke-yet-sustainable pieces.
The journey toward gender parity among women directors at the acclaimed film festival is a slow one. But this year brings some concrete signs of progress.
Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is set to become both the first woman and first person of color to helm a film in the internationally beloved franchise.
The country music legend has opened Reba’s Place in Atoka, Oklahoma, to boost the area’s economy.
A 17-year analysis of Academy Awards nominees revealed a significant lack of progress when it comes to increasing representation for women and minorities.
The star of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” just became the first Asian actress ever to win Best Actress in Film at the SAG Awards.
Gina Prince-Bythewood expressed her frustration with the ongoing lack of awards-show recognition given to Black women working in film.