Thirty years after her landmark testimony, Anita Hill addresses the unfinished work of ending gender violence in her new book Believing. In this interview, she delves into why and how we must take action on this issue immediately, how she maintains her energy to keep doing this work and much more.
Internationally recognized activist and organizer Alicia Garza talks about her new book, The Purpose of Power, and shares powerful insights and calls to action for creating a more equitable and just world.
World-renowned ethologist, environmentalist and trailblazer Dr. Jane Goodall reflects on 60 years of groundbreaking research, as well as her ongoing work, and shares her wisdom and insights on the pandemic, the planet, women’s progress, her legacy, and much more.
In this candid interview, Stacey Abrams shares powerful insights on a wide range of topics, including three important leadership lessons, her new book "Lead from the Outside," and the two key things we all need in order to create positive change
Activist and thought leader Brittany Packnett Cunningham talks in depth about advancing racial justice, supporting Black women's leadership, encouraging confidence in women, turning out the vote this November, what self-care means to her, and much more.
Arianna Huffington, founder and CEO of Thrive Global, offers strategies and solutions for managing our lives, work and well-being during these stressful and uncertain times—plus how to address the growing impact on women, the importance of self-care and more.
Interview with actress and activist Jane Fonda where she shares her insights about addressing the climate crisis, women stepping up as leaders to create positive change, the important role activism plays in her life, how we can build a more sustainable, equitable world, and much more.
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and cofounder of Lean In, discusses the alarming statistics revealed in Lean In’s recent study on women in the workplace during COVID and why companies need to take swift, bold action.
An esteemed group of female leaders in the space of women’s philanthropy discuss how we can create social change and a more equitable world through philanthropy – especially during these turbulent and transformative times.
Kimberlé Crenshaw, a leading scholar of critical race theory and longtime civil rights activist, shares her insights and expertise on addressing systemic racism, supporting Black female leadership, how we can build an equitable society, and more.
“Our economy is built on the back of women's caregiving,” says Melinda Gates as she discusses how the pandemic has hastened the urgency of creating more equitable caregiving systems, what she sees as the solutions we need to implement, and how addressing this issue of caregiving is connected to her overarching goal of achieving gender equality in the US and around the world.
A few weeks ago an evocative meme was making the social media rounds: a picture of the leaders of Germany, New Zealand, Belgium, Finland, Iceland and Denmark with the caption “COVID-19 is everywhere but countries with heads of state managing the crisis better seem to have something in common…” Of course the answer was that they were all women.