Speaking publicly for the first time, women detailed incidents of violence that had been minimized by employers, per an exposé in the Associated Press
A total of 92,003 fans packed into the university's football stadium on Wednesday night
Amid record-setting heat, the group of women argue that their government's failure to cut fossil fuel emissions has violated their human rights
The gynecologist and sculptor’s “Birth Series” broke barriers, but how do his views on abortion, race and women’s health square with what we know today?
After years of delays, New York City officially approved a statue commemorating the borough native and political trailblazer
The iconic doll traveled to space, flew with the Thunderbirds and joined the NBA, beating real-life women to an array of career milestones
Experts say the decision will increase access to safe and effective contraceptives for millions of Americans
Once considered a relic of moral panics past, the 1873 law criminalized sending "obscene, lewd or lascivious" materials through the mail
The Lakota advocate helped thousands of domestic abuse survivors, Native and non-Native alike
The second wife of Thomas Edison, she viewed domestic labor as a science, calling herself a "home executive"
First lady Jill Biden presented the inaugural Best Song For Social Change award
Alidoosti had criticized Iran's brutal crackdown on protests following the death of Mahsa Amini
In the 1930s, Florence St. John and her co-workers at an automotive plant won a hard-fought victory for fairness
Dubbed "Jane Roe," McCorvey sought an abortion after becoming pregnant in 1969 but was thwarted by Texas' restrictive reproductive laws
A new documentary spotlights the group that helped thousands seeking abortions in the 1960s and '70s
Edith Keating survived the Halifax Explosion and eventually took to the skies, marking a path for other women to fly in her wake
Contrary to contemporary claims, Susan B. Anthony and her peers rarely discussed abortion, which only emerged as a key political issue in the 1960s
A Smithsonian curator of medicine and science looks back to the days when police could arrest couples for using contraception
Nearly 50 years later, a similar disclosure revealed that the court is poised to overturn legalized abortion in the U.S.
New documentary tells the story of a Black and LGBTQ thinker who helped lay the legal groundwork for fighting gender- and race-based discrimination
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