Tag: Women’s March

As Record Numbers of U.S. Women Run for Office, One Michigan Candidate Explains Why

LANSING, MICHIGAN—Gretchen Whitmer had her #MeToo moment before it was even a movement. Back in 2013, Ms. Whitmer, as the Democratic minority leader of the Michigan Senate, stood up and…

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Celebrating Our First Anniversary

DENVER AND FLINT, MICHIGAN--One year ago today millions of women joined ranks and marched for equality across the globe. It's not a coincidence that it's also she-files.com's first anniversary. We…

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A Utah Feminist’s Tale of Activism and Perseverance

DENVER AND SALT LAKE CITY VIA PHONE: Kate Kelly—an activist and lawyer based in Salt Lake City, Utah—has long been a campaigner for human rights. She did a stint in Somalia…

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Her Stories: A Feminist Turning Point?

LONDON--Sometime in the mid-to-late Noughties a feminist renaissance started to take place online. Websites such as Jezebel, XO Jane and The Hairpin were trailblazers in this surge of Internet feminism;…

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Arlie Russell Hochschild on Bridging the Growing Divide in the U.S.

DENVER AND BERKELEY VIA PHONE—Disturbed by the growing divide in the U.S. between the political left and right, Arlie Russell Hochschild, a sociologist and professor emerita at the University of…

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Photographer Redefines What It Means for Girls to Be Pretty

DENVER AND ATLANTA VIA PHONE—Atlanta-based photographer Kate T. Parker is a force of nature. The self-described mom, wife, photographer and Ironman is challenging advertising and media norms, and redefining what…

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