Celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead is in NextTribe’s DNA. We can’t do it this year, but we know how important (and life affirming) it is to honor those we’ve lost.
Three years ago NextTribe hosted its first trip to Mexico to celebrate the Day of the Dead. We can’t go this year, but we can honor the 200,000-plus lost to COVID with this story of what the festival and excursion mean.
Everything about Dolly Parton is big, and a new documentary shows she was part of one of the biggest movements of our times—women’s equality—from the beginning of her career.
Last summer, she finally broke her silence about Trump’s alleged sexual attack on her in the 90s. Now E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit is seeking damages for Trump’s recent comments about her.
Singer-songwriter Sara Hickman revised a Rolling Stones song, “Salt of the Earth,” as a tribute to those who have kept society going during COVID.
Through her 40s, Renee Yahara could do fewer favorite activities due to osteoarthritis knee pain. Finally, after talking with her surgeon, she got both knees replaced with the ATTUNE® Knee System, and now nothing stops her, not even a Polar Bear Plunge!
As we come together for another Women’s March, Jeannie Ralston remembers the protest 4 years ago that reunited her with a long-lost friend.
Trump met his match last night in NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie. Here we look at her steely performance and her history of badass-ery.
Women in politics walk a fine, tricky line. Kamala Harris found her balance at the debate by being both compassionate and commanding.
Gloria Steinem’s life is so big, “The Glorias” needed 5 people to portray her. Our take on the the biopic that also tells the story of the Women’s Movement.