by Bryce Covert Aug 31, 2015
Previous policies that required employees to get permission to marry and simply fired those who got pregnant have been phased out, according to the company.
by Bryce Covert Aug 25, 2015
The company used tests to screen applicants that allegedly kept out women and people of color.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 24, 2015
Saudi Arabian women will get to cast ballots and run in the country's December elections, but other restrictions on them -- and a closed political system -- mean their votes may not amount to much.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 22, 2015
Pakistan hoped to overcome it's patriarchal social norms by establishing all-women police stations, but most women silently face violence instead of reporting the crimes committed against them,
by Bryce Covert Aug 20, 2015
The share of businesses started by women of color have skyrocketed in recent years.
by Justin Salhani Aug 20, 2015
In 2013, then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta issued an order for women to be eligible for all available military positions.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 19, 2015
Afghanistan's women artists are taking on their country's societal problems through painting.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 12, 2015
On supporting the sisterhood.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 8, 2015
Sarah Hepola's book explores "the things she drank to forget."
by Judd Legum Jul 5, 2015
This is 2015 not 1955.