Listen: Ali Velshi on Women, Life, Freedom … In Iran.

The MSNBC host and Citizen board member discusses the renewed morality crackdown on women in Iran, where Mahsa Amini's tragic death inspired the Women, Life, Freedom movement

By Ali Velshi

The Citizen Recommends: The Return of Rad Girls!

The Citizen is partnering with the original rad girl, Leah Kauffman, to bring back her annual celebration of kickass Philadelphia women who are making this rad city even more rad for all

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Her Body, Her (Beautiful) Self

The three-year-old Body Empowerment Project has helped students in 17 Philadelphia schools accept — and embrace — their physical selves this year. Support their work at their year-end party on April 25

By Natalie Pompilio

WATCH: Sue Jacobson on Going For It

The businesswoman and former Chamber of Commerce board chair won the Chamber’s prestigious Paradigm Award for women last month. Her speech is a font of leadership wisdom we should all heed

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club reads Hunger by Roxane Gay

The MSNBC host and Citizen board member talks with Roxane Gay about her memoir Hunger, her raw story about being a Black woman in a big body in America

By Ali Velshi

Big Rube’s Philly: Deborah Mayfield of Admirations Hair It Iz

The chef and photographer pays a visit to a longtime friend, a salon owner reestablishing South Street as a Black mecca — one woman at a time

By Reuben Harley

12+ Women’s Spaces in Philadelphia

Where to find safe, fun, joyous and healthy activities by and for women on International Women’s Day and beyond

By Monica Constable

Erasure and the Fiction of America

What Zora Neale Hurston, Oscar-nominated American Fiction, and the sacrifice of Black women tell us about America on the cusp of Black History and Women’s History months

By James Peterson