"It takes a Black woman roughly 589 days to make what a white, non-Hispanic man can make in 365 days. And while many of the statistics focus on disparities with men, it’s also important to note that Black women are also paid significantly less than white women."
"Of, for and by the people, if people isn’t center to everything you’re doing, then why are you doing it?" Meet Kirsten Harris-Talley, she is running for State Representative in Seattle's 37th District, and is the first profile for our Women In Politics series.
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"Tune in, help us spread the word on social media, and consider sending an email out to any well-heeled folks you know. I know there's a ton going on right now and I know I'm biased, but this country isn't free without access to abortion, and this is checkmate."
"But, for better or worse, numbers can help us to better understand how we got here. They can also help us to better understand how we’ll cope once the crisis has passed." Policy-driven editor, publisher and producer Laicie Heeley is sharing her expertise on our economy in light of the global pandemic.
Jessica Yellin has created a unique space in the media landscape, presenting a concise, calm and noiseless version of the news via her Instagram platform. We spoke with Jessica about her debut fiction novel, Savage News, making mid-life career pivots, and how we can all distill our news consumption to get the facts that matter.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court struggled to decide whether a landmark 1964 civil rights law bars employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and transgender status.
"If this happened to me, it could happen to anyone else."
We're deciphering the current political landscape on women's rights, equal pay, migrant detention, and climate change—and offering ways to help.
Erin Ashe is a force — her passion and mission is to protect our oceans and the marine life that inhibits it. As a scientist and co-founder of Ocean's Initiative, her daily work fully supports this dream of bold conservation and action.
We are thrilled to be co-hosting this event in collaboration with Seattle's KUOW and in celebration of Pride month.
We're taking another look at some important women from history and present day to continue our celebration of Women's History Month. From Shirley Chisholm to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the contributions of these women are many and have helped pave the way for our future.
It is no secret that women have been seriously underrepresented in the history books. Photojournalist Elizabeth Herman, however, is out to change this by documenting each woman currently serving in the United States Congress. Herman discusses her experience capturing the electrifying energy of the women of the 116th Congress and the type of empowerment young women deserve to see in their lives, every day.
A few days after the election, Michelle created @agirlhasnopresident, a politically savvy, sharp-witted Instagram account intent on keeping followers informed and activists impassioned.