The man in the White House loves nothing more than to be at the center of a narrative. What if this time it's not about him?
Sonia Sotomayor, Cecile Richards, Tracee Ellis Ross, and other famous women share advice you can apply to your own career.
The leaders of Supermajority are still vague on specifics, but the energy behind the new political organization is high.
Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo and Alicia Garza are creating an intersectional political organization dedicated to building tangible power for American women.
The Baltimore health commissioner, a Chinese immigrant, will take over Cecile Richards' role in November.
"There’s no reason to foreclose things," the former Planned Parenthood president told Refinery29.
“So often when we talk about women’s health care, we leave out transgender women."
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The Planned Parenthood president stood with Dreamers and supported a clean Dream Act in an essay for Time magazine.
Journalist Anna Quindlen is leading the search for Richards' replacement.