After genocide decimated Rwanda two decades ago, the country’s women spearheaded the efforts to rebuild and heal. Now other nations come to Rwanda to learn.
Neema Namadamu is an advocate for change in Congo. Erin Cunningham reports from the Women In the World Summit.
At a summit meeting on civil rights in Austin, Tex., former President Jimmy Carter cited mistreatment of women and disadvantages among blacks as today’s key civil rights issues.
There are some amazing leaders bucking the stereotype of African women but they are still too few and far between
Sheryl Sandberg wants to ban the word bossy, but that’s just the tip of the demeaning language iceberg
When a Muslim fraternity from the University of Texas at Dallas took to the streets to protest against domestic violence, these striking pictures made waves around the world. Muslim America rocks — we just don’t hear about it often.
This latest Photoshop fail comes to us courtesy of Target and seems to demonstrate some weird new obsession with chopping out the crotches of young models.