Through sheer determination and smarts, Julie K. Brown brings new scrutiny to Jeffrey Epstein’s case and proves that good journalism can truly make a difference.
There are plenty of women smashing glass ceilings, but where’s their “good ol’ boys club”? Chief, a women’s business group, is helping women rise.
One woman has sparked a political movement—with needlework!
Can we please get past this age discrimination already?!
Today is the sixth anniversary of the legalization of gay marriage. Sheila Weller chronicles what it took and what it means to one midlife couple to be legally wed.
The woman who wouldn’t take any crap from Kavanaugh is running hard for the Presidency after a painful past. Lorraine Glennon reports.
How a grass-roots group of women are helping migrants on the Mexico-Texas border navigate a new life.
Single-use plastic is everywhere! Amy Eskind went on a mission to dodge it for a full week. Let her experiment inspire you and join NextTribe in going a week without single-use plastics starting Sunday, June 16th. Tell us how you’re doing in the comments.
The Every Woman Biennial takes on L.A. this month with the work of 600 female and non-binary artists.
Do we really have to fight for abortion rights again? Yes, yes, and yes, says Carol Mithers—with a haunting reason why.
Give Big applause for these women who show us how to give big.
It’s a scary thought: Even Harvey Weinstein had a mother. With the disgraced movie mogul back in the news, an expert on mother-son relations looks at raising our boys to be good men.
We took the “Age Boldly” message to LA and shared it with a sold-out crowd. Read the inspiring messages from a host of powerful women. By Susan Hornik.
Lori Lightfoot is African American and openly gay, and she’s sending a strong message of inclusivity. Meet the woman who aims to give Chicago a rebirth.
A midlife business reinvention finds a fantastic foodie path to empowering immigrants.
The organization Supermajority brings together leaders of several different groups to push a pro-women agenda.
At our gathering in Austin, NextTribe celebrated writers, musicians, artists, and powerful women everywhere. Because if we don’t do it, who will?
We loved her Oscar-winning work in If Beale Street Could Talk—but that’s only half the story. Wait till you hear how she’s bettering the lives of women and at-risk kids. Brava! By Susan Hornik
At a time when services for those with disabilities face cuts, Megan Conway, PhD, shows exactly how much one person can achieve—with the right support. Sheila Weller captures her story.
And the government wants to spy on people with disabilities.