Weekend Reading for Women's Representation is a compilation of stories about women's representation. This week: U.S. women's soccer team officially secures equal pay; Black women win big at the Emmys; how ranked-choice voting would help women candidates compete in New York City; and more.
Danny Cowley dismissed talk Pompey are trying to buy their way out of League One.
After finishing first at the Tracy Lane Memorial Tournament held on Monday and Tuesday at the Bemidji Town and Country Club, Bemidji State women’s golfer Mollie Albrecht has added another accolade.
Over 17.5 million fans watched England’s Lionesses lift the European Championship trophy this summer, smashing both attendance and online viewing records for any previous female European tournament. Recently, the team has continued its successful run, qualifying for the 2023 World Cup at the top of Group D with a 10-0 win against Luxemburg. Both achievements …
The phenomenal growth seen in women’s football in Portugal, of which the Portuguese Football Federation
This week, Florida’s two U.S. senators—Republicans Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--showcased their support behind U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-SC, “Congressional Review Act (CRA),” a resolution showing support “to nullify the Biden administration’s new rules adding burdensome requirements to charter schools seeking funding.” Tim Scott weighed in on the resolution which he introduced last week. “Time […]
Republicans have a plan for a new direction to get our country back on track. It’s called the Commitment to America.
NASHVILLE — It was here, a little more than a hundred years ago, that the 19th Amendment crossed the threshold into ratification and granted millions of women the right to vote. That wasn’t so assured. Ratification was needed from at least 36 states. By summer 1920, that number had reached 35, and Tennessee provided the […]
The 14th annual Black Women’s Wellness Summit, which will be held virtually on Friday-Saturday, Sept. 23-24, will also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, a Madison-based organization that has really scaled up its team and the organization’s reach in the last few years as it works to radically transform […]
When you’ve just lost your spouse, you may be dealing with the loss of your life companion, your partner and best friend. It can be an overwhelming time, and it may be difficult to see a light at the end of the tunnel, to a day when you might feel better and brighter about your emotional and financial future. In times like these, it can be comforting to hear from women who have been there and made it to the other side. Every year, women who lose their spouse are able to start fresh, move beyond...
Michael Matthews and Grace Brown spearhead home nation hopes in elite road races