Women In Politics
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Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo and Alicia Garza are creating an intersectional political organization dedicated to building tangible power for American women.
Child care is a key barrier preventing women from seeking office. A fight is brewing to change that.
The vice president once said he limits one-on-one meetings with women who are not his wife.
The Swedish high school student has sparked a worldwide movement against global warming.
“It can be very empowering to say, ‘Make fun of me. Do it,'" the freshman member of Congress said.
Give credit to a strong women's movement and laws designed to improve gender equality at work and home.
Former staffers say they're frustrated that many Democrats and journalists have dismissed reports of her behavior.
State Rep. Ponka-We Victors, who proposed the change, stressed the need for "a comfortable environment for a mother who is breastfeeding her baby."
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is using her fashion as a tool to spread her message.
Nevada’s incoming legislature will make history.
The former president encouraged women to get involved in politics at a town hall in South Africa.
The number is a new record.
Better child care would be a start.
“I’m a mom. I’m a woman. And I want to be your next governor.”
"I’ll be Prime Minister AND a mum," she wrote.