The official day, designated by President Biden, coincides with the anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
Meet This New Climate Change Activist. She’s 19, and She Just Wrote a Book
A new generation of environmentalists are changing what activism looks like.
Bullet-Proof Bras for Every Shape and Size? Female Soldiers Say Hell Yes
The bras, still in development, would offer female soldiers long overdue support.
‘A League of Their Own’ Gets a Modern Makeover on Amazon
The streamer’s reboot of the beloved sports film tackles what the movie didn’t: race and sexuality.
A PBS Documentary Tells the Stories of Women in Afghanistan
“Afghanistan Undercover” is an award-winning journalist’s attempt to make sure the women of Afghanistan are not forgotten by the world.
“All Bodies Are Beach Bodies,” Spain’s Summer Ad Campaign Says
The country’s government is celebrating summer by celebrating women’s bodies, too.
Women’s Tour de France Returns for First Time in 33 Years
Women have pedaled their way onto the course only five other times in the event’s 119-year history.
‘She Said’ Trailer: Zoe Kazan, Carey Mulligan Star as Reporters Who Take Down Weinstein
The new film chronicles the #MeToo era — and sees Hollywood attempting to portray its own power structures and imbalances.
Looking to Become a Digital Nomad? Try These 5 Countries, Says New Poll
European countries make up the majority, but Singapore stands out.
Women Will Be Waiting 132 More Years for Gender Parity in the Workplace — Report
But here’s the upside: more women started their own companies.
‘We Just Listen to Their Story’: Students Navigating Post-Roe World Find Strength in Community
Facing the reality of a world without Roe, students move the fight for reproductive rights to their campuses and careers.
In a Post-Roe World, These 5 Youth Activists Are Fighting for Abortion Rights
Women who grew up with federal protections are now mobilizing to keep them.
Title IX Turns 50, but Fight for Equality Continues
The law that revolutionized the role of women in sports and education continues to come under attack half a century later.
Jennifer Hudson Enters EGOT Hall of Fame
Just 18 years ago, Hudson was auditioning for “American Idol.” Now, the singer and actress is the youngest woman to ever achieve EGOT status.
South Asian ‘Ms. Marvel’ Reframes the Classic Superhero Narrative
Vellani’s character is a revolutionary nod to the Brown teenage experience, with a supernatural twist.