In part two of this two-part episode, Michele and Daniella speak with a star lineup of black women live from the Power Rising Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, about what it really looks like for black women to support each other.
In part one of this two-part episode, Michele and Daniella speak with a star lineup of black women live from the Power Rising Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, about the power of black women's votes and why the United States needs more black women in office today.
As Puerto Rico continues to recover from hurricanes Irma and Maria, relief efforts must emphasize gender equity.
Michele and Igor speak with Melissa Harris-Perry and DeRay Mckesson, two prolific leaders who are changing the world we live in, about topics ranging from black women's place in the #MeToo movement to America's treatment of Colin Kaepernick, and everything in between.
Policymakers can take these eight concrete actions to confront sexual harassment and achieve meaningful progress for all workers.
Abortion bans are unnecessary, based on false information, and impede women's rights and access to critical health care.
Virginia’s newly elected women delegates are now leading the charge in making their voices heard in government.
This week, Michele is joined by Emily Tisch Sussman and a panel of women who discuss protest movements across the country.
Recruiting women of color and young women, as well as discussing discrimination, could increase the number of women running for office in 2018.
Under the Trump administration, there has been a particularly ferocious effort to deny women their fundamental rights and limit access to abortion, as well as an array of other reproductive health services.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for The Washington Post, to discuss the record number of women running for office.
On this episode of Thinking CAP, Michele and Igor break down the year that was 2017.
Policymakers must act to improve the health conditions and treatment of incarcerated women.
Unfair scheduling practices can harm employees’ health, reduce job satisfaction, and may increase the likelihood of sexual harassment.
This week, Michele and Igor chat with two guests about the social psychology and systemic structures that have allowed men in positions of power to commit sexual abuse.