By Zander Lurie, CEO, SurveyMonkey “Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John.” Headlines like these are shameful
L’Oréal Paris just made history by featuring YouTuber Amena Khan, wearing her headscarf. It’s the first time a major mainstream hair campaign has featured a woman in a hijab.
Training students to recognize challenges they'll both face, and bring, to the workplace.
On HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour, longtime Oxford, Mississippi resident Ronzo Shapiro explains why he believes the town’s small size makes it a more inclusive community.
My actions exist in the context of how I was taught to be a man. My actions exist in the context of patriarchy. And patriarchy is violent. Full stop.
As a case in point, Fairy asked the question of how fair the division of labour is in your household, to complement Ariel's
When it comes to diversity in entertainment, the "Hamilton" creator has a few words for Broadway and Hollywood.
Planned Parenthood is often thought of by the public as a women's health provider. But it isn't really a women's health group -- Planned Parenthood has provided reproductive health care to people of all genders for years.
Race and gender cannot be separated for black women. Black women do not have the privilege of living their lives as solely black or solely women at any given point in time. They endure both struggles at once.
Becca Mccharen, creator of Chromat, a high-end fashion brand that champions inclusivity and body positivity, talks about her latest line and how she’s working to represent all women in fashion.