Lacey Schwartz grew up as a white, Jewish girl in the predominantly white community of Woodstock, N.Y., raised by Peggy and Robert Schwartz. But what she didn’t know at the time was that her biological father was black.
A tiny woman, Edmonia Lewis built inspiring and relevant sculptures, some of which still live in the Smithsonian.
Silicon Valley executives, universities, and female scientists and engineers are searching for ways to bring more women into the high-tech industry.
I love "Manhattan" even though it makes me queasy. Hemingway's new memoir forces me to confront my blind spot
My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman.
A recent qualitative study out of the Yale School of Public Health suggests that younger women who have heart attacks may hesitate to seek care for fear of being considered hypochondriacs, contributing to the mortality gap between men and women ...
Ariana Miyamoto recently broke barriers in Japan by becoming the first biracial woman to represent the country in the Miss Universe pageant. Miyamoto, whose mother is Japanese and father is black, ...
Too often, trans characters are written as tortured heroes. We’re more complex than that