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These Indigenous Reindeer Herders Are Fighting for the Right to Their Ancestral Lands
In the face of decades of cultural erasure, the Sámi women are striving to keep their culture, language, and livelihoods alive.
Season’s (and Other...) Greetings
Fans from a new digitally savvy generation are putting their stamp on the traditional greeting-card business. They’re embracing it and disrupting it—as they do.
By Maria Ricapito
Hark! The Herald Dolly Sings
Dolly Parton, literal angel (in life and on our TV screens this holiday season), talks about her spiritual practice, her wig collection, and bringing joy to others with the heavenly RuPaul.
By RuPaul Charles
The Global Fight for Black Lives
America didn't invent racism, but we do have a particularly egregious system of it woven into our country's DNA. Repeated instances of flagrant injustice within our borders have galvanized a new civil rights movement here—and around the world. These are just some of the women leading the fight in their part of the globe.
By Abigail Haworth
Marvelous Women: Scarlett Johansson & Florence Pugh
With their superhero epic delayed, the actresses talk the real-life plot twists 2020 is throwing at them.
By Mitchell S. Jackson
To End Sexual Abuse in Churches, Dismantle Purity Culture
The Christian church’s norms provide the perfect cover for sexual predators—and leave their victims feeling like the sinners.
By Leslie Goldman
25 Years of ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,’ Bollywood’s Best Love Story
An oral history of the film that rewrote the modern Hindi rom-com.
By Neha Prakash
What If Women’s Suffrage Never Happened?
A hard look at voter data reveals the true impact women have on who gets to sit in the Oval Office.
By Mark Jannot
The Good Husband
Kamala Harris is poised to be the country’s first female vice president, which makes her spouse, Doug Emhoff, America’s likely first second gentleman (or whatever he’s going to be called).
By Jessica M. Goldstein
The State of Gabrielle Union
“They say silence is violence, and I refuse to be complicit in my silence.”
By Lola Ogunnaike