Our nascent inventory of feminist thinkers and the ideas they pushed (and are pushing!) forth.
What I learned seeing Chimamanda live at the New Yorker festival.
The year 1930 changed everything.
It might surprise you to learn that Atwood is only lukewarm on calling her novel "feminist."
Sara Ahmed on how to identify and prevent instances of "polite" racism.
It starts with getting of our familiar beliefs: about police violence, about objectivity in the legal system, and about race in general.
The forces within us -- judgment, insecurity, jealousy -- can damage female friendships as much as the time constraints of busy careers and romantic partnerships.