In May, Texas legislators proposed a series of anti-drag bills, putting safe spaces for drag performers in jeopardy.
Young women in Austin have taken the reins on fighting for change while engineering new forms of activism and demanding action across multiple issues.
Travis County Judge-elect Denise Hernández has defied expectations all her life and given Austin communities a new path to healing.
As of this morning, Friday, June 24, the supreme court has overturned Roe v. Wade after nearly 50 years of precedent.
The Supreme Court is yet again the battleground for reproductive rights. With the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned, here’s what you should know.
After a turbulent year, Mady Morneault, Lauryn Ott and Anna Sweeney share their trials and triumphs and reflect on their new perspectives.
SB 8, aka the “Heartbeat Bill,” officially went into effect Sept. 1, 2021. In this op-ed, medical professionals react to the restrictive anti-abortion bill.
On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Austin chapter of national equal-rights organization Women’s March hosted a rally to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Don’t go into the booth blind. Here’s why you should check out The Texas 2020 Voter Guide before filling out your ballot.
The League of Women Voters empowers voters and defends democracy through resources and education. In 2020, education is more crucial than ever.