Designer Jen Zeano sits down with Meena Harris to talk about the gender wage gap, Latina power, and how to create an empowering community.
A year after she testified against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Blasey Ford reflects on what's happened since.
An art series is featuring trailblazing women such as Beyoncé, Michelle Obama and Serena Williams, all depicted as superheroes.
Demand Justice set up a massive screen to shame Federalist Society members for honoring the Supreme Court justice accused of sexual assault.
Chanel Miller, who came forward as the survivor of the Stanford sexual that went viral, attended the TIME 100 Next event on Thursday.
"“For whatever reason in Hollywood now, we really only see the poverty in India, the rape. It's not shown often in a very positive light."
The online tool, which helps women find the nearest available Planned Parenthood abortion clinic, helps "put agency back in the hands of our patients,” the nonprofit said.
"We have to have more faith to let go of those old ideas and those old ways of existing that really hold us back as a community."
Jennifer Nettles wore a white suit with a hot pink train that read, “Play Our F****n Records. Please and Thank You,” to protest the lack of female voices heard on country radio.
In the run-up to the CMA Awards, CMT furthers its Next Women of Country campaign while Apple Music recruits Kelleigh Bannen as its new Nashville voice
She's been open about struggling with an eating disorder when she was younger, but did you know that it's Jameela Jamil's ongoing health issues and body dysmorphia that inspire a lot of her activism? In a new interview alongside friend and comedian Celeste Barber for InStyle's December issue, Jamil shared why she feels compelled to […]
For the first time in over a century of publication, the Financial Times has named a woman as its top editor.Roula Khalaf tweeted the news Tuesday, saying she was “thrilled” to succeed “the great” Lionel Barber, who held the position before she did. He has been the editor of the daily paper since 2005. Khalaf, who has been deputy editor since 2016 and has worked at the paper for 24 years, will take his place in January 2020.According to the Times, which is based in London, Barber addressed a packed newsroom this week, telling staffers of Khalaf, “she is fair, she is wise, and she is tough.”Also Read: The Financial Times Faces Strike Threat Over Gender Wage GapUnder Barber, according to a release from the paper, the Times reported $32.08 million profit last year on revenues of $491.47 despite a “sharp decline in print sales.” Subscriptions make up about 60% of content revenue; around 70% of readers of the Times, known for its site’s serious paywall, are outside the U.K.“Khalaf’s challenge is to further build an international subscription base amid fierce competition from specialist digital start-ups, the deep-pocketed Bloomberg News service and established rivals such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal,” says the release.Also Read: Top Financial Times Editor Calls for Fox News BoycottJournalists at competitors and beyond cheered the move this week. The Guardian’s Katherine Viner posted on Twitter to congratulate Barber and Khalaf, saying, “Bravo to @lionelbarber, who’s been a brilliant FT editor, and many congratulations to @khalafroula — an inspired appointment, and hurrah to FT having its first woman editor!”Read original story Financial Times Names Roula Khalaf Top Editor, First Woman in Role At TheWrap
Ford paid tribute to the "Know My Name" author and sexual assault survivor for a Time magazine feature on 100 rising stars.
The comedian and actor-activist first met online, but their shared mission to drive self-acceptance through humor has united them IRL. As Jamil says, "We're just calling out the ridiculousness."
"We sail for Europe tomorrow morning!" the 16-year-old activist said after securing a ride across the Atlantic.
In her speech at the Glamour Women of the Year awards, the 2019 honoree emphasized how important it is to use your influence and privilege to lift others up.