National Women's Law Center

Holding individual lawmakers, and not the government, responsible for sexual harassment might lessen the incentive for legislatures to train and police their own.
Black dresses and tuxedos will be available for bidding starting Jan. 19.
And the price is often steepest for the women who can least afford it.
The current system for addressing complaints is ineffective and cumbersome.
The legislation was written in response to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rolling back Title IX protections.
The newly formed Legal Network for Gender Equity was created to combat the White House's "all-out assault on women's rights."
Given the ugliness at the lower levels, should those above water and at the top just shut up and be grateful? I think not.
On African-American Women’s Equal Pay Day, and pay day for many of us, we are reminded to continue our fight for equal pay
As Washington moved to reduce federal funding for women’s health, the battle over affordable birth control and other women’s
Survivors met with the secretary of education for this first time since she took office.
If you thought April 4 was depressing, you’re about to feel even more discouraged.
Without the Education Department information, "survivors won’t know if they can trust the government to intervene on their behalf."