As women enter politics and assume more high-level positions, they face violent and vitriolic backlash to their political participation on gendered grounds.
As Minnesota and the nation reckon with racial injustice, Black women candidates are poised to speak on behalf of communities that are too often neglected, silenced, and ignored.
Despite their reputation for collaboration, on abortion policy, women lawmakers are as divided as the rest of the country.
To advance women’s human rights, we need to understand where and why disconnects exist between women’s personal empowerment and their support for gender equity norms.
HUMPHREY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
301 19th Avenue South Minneapolis MN 55455
Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy
Most Popular Posts
Sign-up to receive the lastest news from the Gender Policy Report.