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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Posted on News Coverage on November 06, 2016

By Cynthia Terrell The nation may soon wake up to its first woman president and a record number of women senators, but down ballot, the news is not good for women in elected office. At least 44 of our 50 governors will be men next year, and the U.S. standing among all nations for representation of women has declined from 44th in 1995 to 96th in 2016. In Pennsylvania, very little progress has been made despite political party policies aimed at achieving gender parity.


The Baltimore Sun

Posted on News Coverage on October 28, 2016

The nation may soon wake up to its first-ever woman president and most-ever women senators, but down ballot, the news is not good for women in elected office. At least 44 governors will be men next year, and the U.S rank among all nations for the representation of women has declined from 44th in 1995 to 96th in 2016.


The American Prospect

Posted on News Coverage on August 30, 2016

The 2016 Olympics in Rio were both a triumph for American athletes and a tribute to the lasting impact of Title IX. Women made up a majority the 554 American athletes at this year’s Olympics, and brought home fully half of the 121 medals won by U.S. competitors.


Where does the US stand on gender quotas?

Posted on Blog on July 08, 2016

More than half of the countries in the world today use some sort of an electoral quota system, whether it is for geographical, ethnic or gender diversification.


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