On Tuesday night, the California Congresswomen got the last word on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes."
Activist Brittany Packnett started the Twitter hashtag #BlackWomenAtWork Tuesday afternoon for African-American females to share their difficult work experiences after public figures disrespected White House correspondent April D. Ryan and Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters.
Plus, an 11-year-old starts a book club for young Black boys in St. Louis and a Hawaii and Maryland judge strikes down recent Muslim travel ban.
The Republican presidential nominee's "“grab any p—y he wants” comments are coming back to haunt him and TV host Billy Bush comes under fire for adding to the sexist conversation.
The largest commitment of its kind will help fight structural inequalities that young women of color face in the U.S.
During a speech in Argentina, FLOTUS stressed, "I decided not to listen to the voices of those who doubted or dismissed me." Preach!
Serena Williams had quite the weekend. The tennis champion managed to both soak up the sun this weekend and call out the BNP Paribas Open tournament director for his comments about female tennis players. CNN reports that Raymond Moore, the tournament director of one of the most decorated events in the game, suggested women professionals should get "down" on their "knees" every night to thank the male players who paved the way before them.
A few weeks ago, President Barack Obama continued his efforts to raise awareness and seek solutions to close the pay gap that exists between women and men. He did so by unveiling new rules to compel companies with more than 100 workers to provide the federal government with annual data noting how much their employees are […]
Saying he "did something stupid and wrong," the White president of the Maricopa County chapter of the NAACP on Wednesday apologized for making a sexist comment following a meeting on racial sensitivity, reports the Huffington Post.
Mazibuko said the scholarship was created to reduce the rate of pregnancies and keep the teens away from older men.