AAUW Outlook Magazine
Outlook is an award-winning quarterly magazine available exclusively to AAUW members. Get in-depth feminist news and resources while supporting an organization that empowers women and girls. Check out our free sample feature below to get a taste of what you’re missing, and join AAUW to subscribe.
Marching into Action
We’ve entered a new phase of feminist action, from the Women’s March on Washington to renewed battles for education rights and access. This issue of Outlook addresses our evolving advocacy, as an organization and as individuals.
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Why We Marched
Hear the stories of why AAUW members from all over the country marched for women’s rights on January 21.
Title IX at 45
This 37-word law has made a world of difference for students, but Title IX needs protection now more than ever.
Her world was transformed by education, and now Tererai Trent, Ph.D., is bringing that right to girls in Zimbabwe.
2017 AAUW National Election Voter Guide
Everything you need to know to vote in the upcoming AAUW National Election is right here in Outlook.
From Managing Editor Hannah Moulton Belec
On the Web
The best of AAUW’s social media
News from AAUW
AAUW’s upcoming research report on student debt and more
Members in Action
Wisconsin members host a delegation from Kosovo and more
Black women’s studies titan Patricia Bell-Scott and more
Trump administration chips away at reproductive rights and more
From the Archives
Marching for the Equal Rights Amendment in 1978
— Linda Kekelis (@LindaKekelis) April 18, 2017
Our Award-Winning Coverage
Excel awards are given to association publications and media for outstanding work in design, editorial, marketing, and communications. Outlook has won four for excellence in single-topic reporting. Check out some of our award-winning issues.
Spring/Summer 2012, Silver
Title IX Turns 40: Changing Women’s Lives
Winter 2014, Bronze
A Step Closer to Equality: Advancing LGBT Rights
Fall 2014, Silver
What Year Is It Again? The Rollback of Birth Control Access