On January 21, we marched by the millions and chanted in one loud voice: “We won’t go back!” Now it’s time to take the next step in our fight for equal rights.
On Sunday, January 15, Democratic members of Congress, health care activists, unions, and other advocates are joining together in dozens of communities across the nation for a day of action to save health care. Join feminists and progressive activists at an “Our First Stand: Save Health Care” rally in your community! Find the rally closest […]
A recent analysis by USA Today shows that at least 75 of the over 4,000 lawsuits involving Donald Trump and his businesses are currently open. The number of unresolved legal cases is unprecedented for a presidential candidate and, if he’s elected, would be a continuing diversion and embarrassment for the country. The most problematic cases […]
Feminist leaders joined with local officials from Prince George’s County, Maryland today to condemn the one-sided, sexist media coverage of U.S. Senate candidate Congresswoman Donna Edwards.
Thirteen women Senators lined up behind Hillary Clinton last night at a campaign event in Washington, DC to endorse her for President of the United States.
Senator Ted Cruz expressed elation over last week’s endorsement for his Presidential candidacy by extremist Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue.
The Feminist Majority Foundation and its 42 co-sponsors honored Congresswomen Louise Slaughter with a Lifetime Achievement Award, Barbara Lee and Donna Edwards with Fearless Trailblazer Awards, and Amy Hagstrom Miller, President and Founder of Whole Women’s Health with its Courage Award at the 2015 Women Money Power Summit.
Hillary Clinton took to the stage at the Women’s Leadership Forum National Issues Conference on Friday to explain how “when we fight for women, we’re fighting for our entire country.”
Hillary Clinton comes out against the TPP, saying “As of today, I am not in favor of what I have learned about it… I don’t believe it’s going to meet the high bar I have set.”
After remaining fairly quest on her position on the issue, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has formally announced that she opposes the Keystone XL Pipeline.