The representation of Black women in politics is growing, but still has a long way to go, a recent report shows. Report authors Glynda Carr (Higher Heights) and Kelly Dittmar (CAWP) offer insights on the progress and hurdles for Black women and the importance of electing more Black women to office.
In this article series—which is part of the #EnvisionEquality project—a diverse and esteemed set of activists and thought leaders share their visions of what a gender just world would be like and what it will take to achieve gender equality.
High profile public figures—including Gloria Steinem, Anita Hill, Dolores Huerta, Amanda Seales, Nancy Pelosi, and many others—share their thoughts on why we all need to vote, and be civically engaged overall, which is more important today than ever.
At What Will It Take, we recognize that in order for women to be effective leaders and change makers, we need to make taking care of ourselves a priority. Here’s some advice and inspiration from prominent women on how to do just that.