The representation gap – even more significant for women of color – poses a huge barrier to ensuring policies that support state-level abortion access WASHINGTON, D.C. – November 28, 2023 – In a newly released report, Democracy & Abortion...
We’re launching our new Women 2024 Action Fund this Giving Tuesday because women cannot continue bearing the brunt of Congress’ dysfunction and inaction.
Inequality Didn’t Just Happen… It Was By Design. It’s Time to Return to Our Values and Return to the Heart.
Equal pay is one marker of the multitude of inequalities Native women face. We are a young democracy as an American government that can still learn from the values of its Indigenous people who cultivated and cared for this land since time immemorial, sustaining it for generations to come.
During Care Week, our staff truly prioritized their rest and time based on their own needs. Here are some things our staff did with this time.
Our country’s child care sector is historically underpaid, underfunded—with some workers even excluded from the full protections provided in our labor and civil rights laws—because its burdens are borne by women of color.
To commemorate Juneteenth, National Partnership President Jocelyn Frye joins Aimee Peoples — our Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism — for a conversation on what the holiday means to her and to the work of our organization.
We’re closing the Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders (AA and NHPI) Heritage Month with a blog post Q&A featuring Erika Moritsugu, who was appointed in April 2021 to serve as Deputy Assistant to the President and AA and NHPI Senior Liaison.
Jaclyn Dean, Director of Congressional Relations-Reproductive Health, gives book recommendations for celebrating AANHPI heritage year round.
Inclusive, comprehensive data on racial and ethnicity is essential for gender justice and the work of the National Partnership.
New data reveal employment challenges for young women veterans, veterans of color, and disabled veterans.
In a time when Black stories and Black history are being erased and censored, uplifting those stories and the people who tell and live them is critically important. That’s why this Black History Month, some of the National Partnership staff have put forward book recommendations by Black authors.
Today marks one year since I started my tenure as President of the National Partnership for Women & Families. The year has flown by, as time often does. In many ways, my one-year mark feels like an imperfect moment for reflection …
Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives have been lost as a result of anti-transgender violence, hatred, and prejudice.
This week is Transgender Awareness Week, an annual observance bringing attention to issues transgender people face. In honor of Transgender Awareness week, I wanted to highlight triumphs of the community to establish more positive representation of transgender people in an effort to combat anti-trans stigmas and prejudice.
Ethical shopping is one of the most significant ways in which economic justice can be shown to the LGBTQ+ community, and is not something that should be limited to the month of June. Consider these ethical shopping practices to ensure that the LGBTQ+ community, especially LGBTQ+ workers, are placed at the forefront of your shopping cart.
As the nation looks to President Biden’s first State of the Union address tonight, there’s no shortage of pressing topics to cover. At the same time, we could all use a momentary reprieve from the deluge of overwhelming news. Enter: our take on Wordle for this very occasion.
With February coming to a close, we’d like to highlight all the recommendations from the desks and homes of our staff members for Black History Month.
This weekend the coalition will continue to call on Congress to take action by participating in local actions in D.C. and in Phoenix, AZ between January 15-17. Martin Luther King III, Arndrea Waters King, and Yolanda Renee King will join elected officials, voting rights advocates, and community advocates.
Amidst the rise of social media, group chats, and increased digital communication, however, sharing can take on a deadlier connotation. In the pandemic the spread of misinformation and (un)intentional disinformation has led to false (and sometimes harmful) cures and inaccurate vaccine information among other issues.
An Impossible Task? Balancing Your (Social) Media Consumption in the Interest of Improved Mental Health
As we wrap up Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s time to reevaluate how we engage with media in all its forms.
Madam Speaker. Madam Vice President. Next up: Madam President!