March 8 marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of women’s achievements, and a continued call to action for equality.
The “#IfThenSheCan — The Exhibit” features 3D-printed statues depicting women who have excelled in the fields of science and technology.
This year’s theme is “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” paying tribute to women caregivers and frontline workers.
"Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue" is a collection of Ginsburg's own favorite works that she handpicked while waging her final fight with cancer. Amanda Tyler, a former law clerk to RGB, is the book's coauthor.
Former first lady Michelle Obama, NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson and soccer icon Mia Hamm are among the inductees for the 2021 class of the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
President Joe Biden is set to give remarks Monday to mark International Women’s Day alongside Vice President Kamala Harris.
The National Football League announced Friday Chaka would be joining its roster of game officials for the 2021 season. She’s the first Black woman to join the league’s officiating staff.
From the streets of Manila to the plazas of Santiago, Chile, people around the world marked International Women’s Day on Sunday with calls to end exploitation and increase equality.
2019 was a huge year for women in Hollywood. According to a new study by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender I Media, women held leads in 48 percent of movies between ratings “G” and “PG-13.”
The first International Women’s Day was marked in 1909, but women were shaping the world long before then.