A political science professor gives historical context to the ways that white women voters are (and more importantly, aren't) tied to each other.
The gesture is meant to show gratitude to the icon of women's suffrage on Election Day.
The Duchess of Sussex is the most outspoken royal on the subject of feminism.
Her makeup artist gave a subtle nod to suffragists as "a message of empowerment."
One of these designs will appear on lapels everywhere this fall.
And so it is that the moment is now upon us -- what was once thought of as impenetrable is now crystal clear. Young girls and boys, older girls and boys will remember this date when Hillary Rodham Clinton stood on the verge of hearing...Madame President.
Please don't let angry men who just discovered smartphones decide the future of this country. As women, you have the right to vote, to speak your mind, and to stand for what you believe is right. You are strong and powerful, and your voice matters. Never let anyone, or a hashtag, lead you to believe otherwise.
The time for silence and patience is long gone. Congressmen Lewis and his colleagues have vowed to keep going with their fight as soon as the House returns from its July 4th recess. We must stand with them as they continue to get into "good trouble."
“It's difficult to connect with and trust her.”
Anthony would have been proud that a woman won the state's presidential primary.
Here's the original speech: The attempts to water-down historical black pioneers is not just alarming but it leaves even
Feminists: Fielding bullshit for 100+ years.
I don't dismiss the arguments put forth by Evenwel -- far from it. Is it in keeping with the constitutional values of America to have the presence of undocumented immigrants in urban areas, for example, dilute the vote of rural voters?