women's march

The Rundown

Students Plan 'March for Our Lives' to End Gun Violence and Mass Shootings in Schools

The March and planned school walkouts in Washington DC and local communities will pressure Congress to finally take action on gun control.
Aaron Barksdale
2.20.18
Rise Up

Women Deserve Equal Work for Equal Pay, But the Wage Gap Continues to Widen

At the rate the American workforce is going, it will take another 217 years before the country achieves gender parity.
Alice Rowsome
2.2.18
The Rundown

Skip Trump's SOTU and Watch the 'People’s State of the Union' Event Instead

Activists and celebrities like Mark Ruffalo and Alyssa Milano planned their own State of the Union counter-programming to President Trump's Congressional address.
Impact Staff
1.29.18
Rise Up

Women's March Activists Set Their Sights on the 2018 Midterm Elections

In New York City, and across the country, the March's anti-Trump sentiment is poised to take to the polls.
Molly Bangs
1.22.18
Rise Up

One Year Later, Eyes Are on Women’s March to Fix What it Got Wrong Last Time

Last year the Women's March co-chairs emphasized intersectionality, and this year everyone must be on the same page when it comes to what inclusion looks like.
Kimberley Richards
1.20.18
Voices

For the Women's March to Succeed, People of Color and the LGBTQ Community Must Have Full Seats at the Table

If we are truly committed to advancing a future that includes everyone we should prioritize the voices of those who have been historically unheard.
Blair Imani
1.19.18
Rise Up

A Year Later, the Women's March Movement Is Primed for Political Victory

We talked with women-led advocacy groups about their path to win at the polls in 2018.
Molly Bangs
1.19.18
Voices

Why the #MeToo Movement Has Failed to Take off in Afghanistan

Movements like #MeToo must be more inclusive in 2018, because one hashtag does not fit all.
Alice Rowsome
1.17.18
Voices

Young Women are Fueling the New Wave of Activism in 2018

This year, millennial women’s voices will inevitably get louder and stronger.
Amy Thayer
1.10.18
Vote Now

Women Fought and Earned the Right to Vote Nearly 100 Years Ago

As part of our Vote Now series, VICE Impact will be featuring content and campaigns that address a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.
Impact Staff
11.13.17
Voices

The Election Anniversary is a Battle Cry For Reproductive Rights Activists

"I refuse to hand off a world where my daughters, or anyone's daughters, are less free than I was when I was their age."
Dawn Laguens
11.8.17
The Rundown

Women’s March Reconvenes as Largest Birth Control Campaign Kicks Off Nationwide

Your guide to the Women's Conference, the kick-off of the largest birth control campaign ever and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
10.27.17
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