How beauty pageants perpetuate gender inequality and contribute to a culture that values women as sexual objects.
To address student debt, a bold idea from the Education Trust: revamp the entire financial aid system to reroute tuition aid to student from middle- to low-income families.
Posted Friday, May 31, 2013 in Opinions by Michael Dannenberg and Mary Nguyen
While the Obamas opened lines of communication to young black grads during their commencement speeches at Morehouse and Bowie State Universities, they also revisited some troubling and tired rhetoric.
Give free money to everyone.
And save this generation at the same time.
Will you hear what he has to say?
What’s new with abortion this week?
Brad Paisley and LL Cool J fall short.
What the mythology of “The Iron Lady” has to do with trickle-down feminism, the “glass-ceiling,” and the problems with our movement today.
Anti-marriage equality arguments are starting to seem silly.
The KKK is set to host one of its “biggest rallies of all time” in Memphis, Tenn., this weekend.
In the wake of Steubenville, there’s been a lot of discussion about the dangers of social media, and the way the internet has changed gendered and sexualized bullying.
Can you guess?
Senate Democrats and the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) both recently released alternatives that provide a clear contrast to the extreme Ryan Budget passed by the House this week.
No, they’re not giving you a new car—but they are giving you a new lease on life.
Administrators at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville pulled state funding for an event that promotes discussions about sex and health.
In several Michigan cities, Governor Rick Snyder (R-MI) has suspended local government control in order to roll back the public sector.
While young libertarians are seeking their place in the conservative movement, Marco Rubio says “We don’t need a new idea.”
Republican National Committee outlined the areas where it fell short last year and how it can better appeal to more demographics in “the autopsy” report.
The changing demographics in Texas could signal a shift in the political influence of the state.