Earlier this month, more than 200 women who hold positions in national security in the United States signed an open letter in which they detailed experiences of sexual harassment and assault. In the Senate,
Ashley Bennett didn’t make it to the Women’s March on Washington in January. She badly wanted to be there, but couldn’t take the day off her job, screening a 24-hour emergency crisis hotline in New Jersey.
Acting Gov. Jane Swift goes over her notes before addressing the people of Massachusetts from the Statehouse in Boston, October 2, 2001. Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift’s political career began when
It’s going to take more than 200 years to close the workplace equality gap. Here’s why it’s getting worse.
It may take women around the world more than two centuries to achieve workplace equality, according to a new report from the World Economic Forum. Since 2006, the organization has tried to figure out the
It’s Sunday night in Waterloo, Sydney. In an old warehouse, standing on a cold concrete floor, a crowd whoops and hollers as punches are thrown. In the ring are two competitors: mouth-guards in, boxing