The Biden administration must address the industry’s long-standing gender discrimination and systemic inequalities, which have become even more severe during the pandemic.
If you grew up agitated that “women earn 59 cents on the dollar,” for the same work as men, there’s a movie for you.
The late justice dedicated her career to women and other marginalized Americans, and we owe her the same faith she had in us.
Access to essential medications, like birth control, should not be subject to the whims of our employers.
In soccer and in everything else, we need to pay America’s millions of underpaid women what they’re worth.
The U.S. women’s soccer team outperforms its male counterpart but earns less — like women in every other field.
An IPS and Indie Lens Pop-Up Film and community conversation about a shared sisterhood to help the rising number of homeless women veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and suffer from PTSD, sexual abuse, and other traumas.
Nine movement leaders from all over the world share their hopes for the year to come.
Unfortunately, sexual harassment, wage theft, intimidation and even labor trafficking are still distressingly common for low-wage women workers.
The U.S. military apparently thinks Muslim women’s clothing choices — rather than, say, drone strikes — are a driver of terrorism.
Join us for an engaging conversation on black women and work in the U.S. as Premilla Nadasen discusses and signs her new book, telling the stories of African American domestic workers and the little-known history of the domestic worker movement.
The editorial service I run has gotten less male but remains too pale.
The Institute for Policy Studies’ (IPS) Black Worker Initiative & the National Women’s Law Center invite you to a special briefing and discussion on strategies to promote economic stability among black working women and their families.
A guiding light for a new generation of feminists and others who would challenge patriarchy, poverty, gender oppression, racism, and all the other inhumanities maintained by global capitalism
Institute for Policy Studies is proud to co-sponsor a Sunday evening screening of “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” a new film that takes a provocative look at the birth of the women’s liberation movement between 1966 and 1971.