Do candidates who are women of color fare worst because of gender and racial discrimination? Judith Garcia, the youngest elected city council member in Chelsea and the daughter of a Honduran immigrant, talks about her victory among the challenges she faced in the election. Author and researcher Carol Hardy-Fanta shares new data on elected women of color from her recent book.
More older Americans are much more inclined to stay employed than previous generations, out of either necessity or desire.
Is evolutionary biology a social construct that justifies the immoral behavior of men in relationships?
Is the Bathroom Bill simply an attack on femininity, or rather, more an attack on women than trans-women?
The history of feminism and the different feminist movements.
This post describes Carol Gilligan’s theory of moral development and the abortion debate.
Taking care of babies is tough work for single mothers. If some new moms lack experience, they can get guidance from professional organizations or their peers.
Advocates of zero waste argue it that it can save money as well as produce jobs.
Massachusetts sets a strong example on eliminating waste with a ban on commercial food waste.