In an especially relevant memoir, a journalist tells how her father and uncle helped change the nation during the Montgomery Bus Boycott and open doors for countless African Americans.
Too many ads play into sexist and ageist stereotypes, so it’s worth celebrating when a commercial breaks them all—with sly humor.
After the storming of the Capitol last week, Lisa Murkowski is the first Republican senator to demand Trump leave office. Who’s next?
Marking the 10th anniversary of the Gabby Giffords shooting during another violent week, we share Sheila Weller’s story about the fallout from that horrendous day and recovering from political brutality and loss.
The gender wage gap is real and disturbing, and it gets worse as we age. But it’s especially bad during these specific two years.
What’s the big deal with the name Karen? Here we look at the origins of the ubiquitous meme, why it’s helpful and hurtful, and offer a fitting fix.
Believing that we’ll never be free from history unless we’re honest about it, Jeannie Ralston examines her troubling experiences with race and her efforts to make amends.
She was (of course) overshadowed by the Beat Poet men. Still, Nancy Jainchill explains how the courageous writer’s life shaped her own.
In a shocking case of age discrimination, almost all judges over age 70 in New York State were let go. They’re fighting back.
Every December, NextTribe picks 12 women our age who have kicked some butt. This year don’t you think all of us should be on the list just for making it through with our sanity half intact?