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Election 2020: Women Running for Office

On  President’s Day, we celebrated the record number of women who are seeking the highest office in the land this election cycle: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and Marianne Williamson.

Women & Labor

On Labor Day, we recognized women who have long fought for equal opportunities and protections in the American economy. From Suffragettes to early labor activists, from civil rights leaders outspoken public figures to contemporary politicians, these women have shaped the landscape of labor in the U.S. To honor their achievements, we've compiled a timeline highlighting key events from 1920 to 1965, when a wave of progress was made for women at work. 

Women's History Month

We celebrated Women’s History Month by sharing the stories of inspiring and courageous women who have helped advance women’s rights and drive progress in America.

FEATURING Catherine mackinnon, adama iwu, harriet ann jacobs, and ida l. castro

Learn more about each honoree here

Black History Month

During Black History Month, we paid tribute to the generations of Black women who have helped shape the #MeToo movement. These women remind us of how far we’ve come in the fight to end sexual harassment — and how far we still have to go.


Learn more about each honoree here

Equal Pay Day

On Equal Pay Day — the day up to which the typical woman must work in a particular year to catch up with what the average man earned the previous year — we honored equal pay trailblazer Lilly Ledbetter. Ledbetter's story underscores the inextricable link between pay inequity and workplace sexual harassment.  At  80-years old, Ledbetter continues to work tirelessly to create fair and safe workplaces across the country. 

Learn more about Lilly Ledbetter's fight for equal pay here