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Three Musts for Intersectional Feminism

I’m sure I’m not the only one who has seen a surge of, or rather a recommitment to, feminism. The fear of losing the progress that women have made regarding reproductive rights, antidiscrimination laws, and fair pay has been weighing on me, but demonstrations like the 2017 Women’s Marches give me hope. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   May 31, 2017
Mother Multitasking

How to Build Solidarity with Student Moms

Four simple steps that can make your AAUW student organization more inclusive and welcoming to student mothers. Read more »

Resource   |   May 05, 2017
Collection of Stamps

Five AAUW Women You Didn’t Know Were on Postage Stamps

Dorothy Height is one of more than a dozen women involved with AAUW who have appeared on postage stamps through the years. Cast your vote for which AAUW member you want to see on the next stamp. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   2 Comments   |   March 30, 2017
Women's March on Washington, January 2017. Woman with "Girl Power" written on her face. Copyright David Hathcox for AAUW.

Do Governors Know How to Pronounce “Woman”?

Every year at the beginning of their state’s respective legislative session governors deliver a State of the State address. This year the majority of governors’ agendas failed to cover AAUW priorities. Most didn’t even use the word “women.” Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   March 13, 2017
I stand up to sexism because Masculinity is so fragile

5 Ways to #StandUptoSexism

Most people agree that gender discrimination is unacceptable. Yet it still persists and assumes many forms, from the seemingly harmless workplace comments to the denial of equal pay for equal work. Here are a few ways you can #StandUptoSexism. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   February 10, 2017
Martha Ann Miller joined an AAUW branch in Virginia in 1944

A Century of Women’s Rights Work through the Eyes of a Centenarian

105-year-old AAUW member Martha Ann Miller saw a woman on the presidential ballot 96 years after she saw women gain the right to vote as a little girl. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   December 19, 2016
Deck the halls with equal paychecks...fa la la la la la la la la!

Your Favorite Holiday Songs: The Feminist Remix

It’s been a long 2016, but as you get ready for the year ahead, make a plan of action. Beat the winter blues by sharing these fun reminders to take action and empower women nationwide. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   November 28, 2016
Protesters rally at the Supreme Court in October 2016 to demand the Senate Republicans vote to fill the court vacancy.

The Incomplete Supreme Court and Some Significant Upcoming Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court has been operating with a vacancy all year long. Unfortunately, that vacancy will continue to hinder the court for the rest of the year — and possibly even longer. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   November 08, 2016
Sign pointing toward election polls with cancelled written over it.

Voter Suppression Is the Real Election Concern

Have you heard about the boy who cried voter fraud? It’s a myth that has activated voter suppression laws across the country. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   November 04, 2016
2016 U.S. election with ballot in flag

What’s At Stake on Election Day: A Millennial Voter’s Perspective

Your vote doesn’t just decide who sits in the Oval Office or in your state legislature. It decides our future. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   October 20, 2016