A conversation with Amy Westervelt, who developed the Invisible Labor Calculator to help women determine the market value of their uncompensated labor.
For female students, higher room temperatures mean higher scores.
A new study looks at how zoning policies, which have long been used to reinforce inequality, are being repurposed to promote environmental justice.
Amherst's "Common Language Guide" set off a conservative media firestorm, pitting free speech against equality.
In many parts of the country, child care costs more than a mortgage.
The initiative will not meet any definition of climate justice if it becomes the next chapter in a long history of U.S. industrial policies that have oppressed people.
Last year, President Donald Trump signed a piece of legislation aimed at bringing gender inclusivity into the Department of State, but thus far there have been no tangible signs of progress.
Many Americans still desperately need good jobs. Among the fixes gaining traction at the moment, particularly on the left, is the idea of a federal jobs guarantee.
President John Magufuli has suspended advertising by family planning organizations, raising outcry among human rights groups.
Approximately one-fifth of transgender and non-binary individuals have been denied equal treatment when trying to access doctors or hospitals.
Despite being declared illegal in 2017, many citizens around the country still adhere to menstrual restrictions, known regionally as chhaupadi.
New research shows what happens in the minds of white Americans when they see demographic change—the results were mixed.
A new initiative—looking to equalize the gender gap in the workforce—calls for hiring an equal number of men and women to help restore a shattered mountainside.
In Dar es Salaam, more women are gaining access to careers in engineering—and they're bringing innovative and inclusive ideas along with them.
A Catholic conference heard an appeal from a U.S. priest on Thursday calling for the church to include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
This move threatens to leave millions of Americans, particularly from communities of color, without the opportunities that come with connectivity.
While the statistics illustrate growing economic equality for women in the country, many are still being prevented from running a business.
Walter Cole has spent the past 50 years performing at his club in Portland. During that time he became an icon and leader in the community.