In a moment of profound change, when a global pandemic threatens to undermine progress for all women and racism, sexism, and homophobia continue to flourish in too many places, these conversations highlight not only solutions, but hope.
Aili Nahas talks to Glennon Doyle about her best-selling book, “Untamed,” and the power of women’s voices. They talk about love, showing up, and how to model the lives you want for your children.
Stephanie Shepherd, an environmental advocate, and Amanda Klasing, from Human Rights Watch, discuss how period poverty undermines the human rights of people who menstruate and prevents them from managing their menstrual hygiene with dignity.
Close friends Meena Harris and Claire Woods discuss the importance of representation in the environmental justice movement and how and why environmental and racial justice are so closely connected
Black women are dying from preventable causes related to pregnancy and birth at significantly higher rates than white women. Actor Shahadi Wright Joseph and Angela Doyinsola Aina, the executive director of the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, will discuss race and maternal health in the United States.
Cara Santana and Grace Meng talk about the rights of people on the move. They look back at the human rights harms caused by abusive policies and talk about policy solutions to immigration that support human rights and acknowledge the contributions of immigrants.
Melissa McCarthy and Alexis McGill Johnson discuss the true definition of reproductive health and why access to the full range of care is so important for women to thrive and reach their full potential.
Jane Fonda talks to Allie Young and Mónica Ramírez about the impact of COVID on their communities, the importance of representation in the media, the power of women’s activism, and showing up for one another.
In a time of unimaginable loss and uncertainty, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Amanda Kloots talk about the impact of COVID on the lives of women and families. Amanda discusses how to embrace change and transformation.
Actress and activist Eva Longoria talks to Dolores Huerta, an inspirational activist and advocate, about the importance of feminism and why women must demand a seat at the table where the decisions are made.
Filmmaker Amy Ziering talks to activists Chanel Miller and Kamilah Willingham about sexual violence and how they have helped to change the culture that has stigmatized and silenced victims.
Maria Shriver, journalist and founder of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM), leads a conversation about the impact of Alzheimer’s on women and the cutting-edge research she and WAM support that is helping women to keep their brains healthier.