Trump

Film

The Woman Who Filmed How The New York Times Reports on Trump

Liz Garbus's new docuseries, "The Fourth Estate," gets to the heart of how free press is essential to democracy—and Donald Trump's attempts to undermine that.
Broadly Staff
5.23.18
Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner Is Trying to Change the Republican Party from Within

In a rare interview, Jenner tells Broadly, "Republicans need the most work when it comes to our issues, I get that."
Broadly Staff
5.22.18
reproductive rights

Trump Has an 'Unconscionable' New Plan to Defund Planned Parenthood

The Trump administration is expected to announce a new rule barring federal funding from going to any organization that provides abortion or abortion referrals, which will defund a litany of life-saving services.
Leila Ettachfini
5.18.18
transgender

Trump's Prison Guidance Puts Trans Inmates at Greater Risk of Abuse

Prisons are now instructed to consider "biological" sex before gender identity when designating placement for transgender prisoners. Advocates warn the move will immediately endanger trans people in prison.
Diana Tourjée
5.14.18
Op-Ed

ICE Doubles Down on Its Barbaric Treatment of Pregnant Women in Detention

Last week, ICE announced that pregnant women will no longer be automatically released from detention. It's a cruel policy—but nothing new for the agency, which was accused months ago keeping pregnant women locked up in horrific conditions.
Chris Gelardi
4.6.18
sexual assault

Man with 19 Accusers Declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Here are a few of the ways the Trump administration has rolled back protections for sexual assault survivors and worked to silence the voices of women who have come forward to report abuse.
Kimberly Lawson
4.2.18
LGBT rights

In Defeat for Trump Admin, Court Rules You Can't Fire a Worker for Being Gay

The important decision states that anti-gay prejudice in the workplace qualifies as a form of sex-based discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Linda Yang
2.26.18
politics

The White House Can't Stop Hiring and Defending People Accused of Assault

White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned today following accusations that he abused his two ex-wives. He's not the first person with an alleged history of violence against women to be offered a position in the Trump administration.
Linda Yang
2.7.18
Trump

The Creative, Subversive Ways People Are Protesting Trump's State of the Union

From unusual plus-ones to alternative events, these activists and lawmakers are choosing to turn the spotlight away from Trump.
Linda Yang
1.30.18
abortion

The Anti-Abortion Movement Has Made a Deal with the Devil (Trump)

Trump is everything the "pro-life" movement should stand against, but he's carrying out their agenda so enthusiastically that they can't be bothered to condemn him.
Robin Marty
1.30.18
Op-Ed

The Laughable Hypocrisy of the 'Pro-Life' Movement Under Trump

The contemporary anti-abortion movement has never really cared about lives outside the womb. Now they're praising Trump as a "pro-life" icon while his administration neglects undocumented immigrants, sick kids, and poor families.
Renee Bracey Sherman
1.24.18
Power to the Polls

The Former Obama Staffer Fighting to Be the First Muslim Woman in Congress

Fayrouz Saad, the daughter of Lebanese immigrants, sees herself as the "product of the American Dream." If elected, she wants to keep that dream alive for others.
Leila Ettachfini
1.19.18