September 29, 2016 -- New York City.
HONORING: Samantha Bee, Salma Hayek, Joy Reid, Anita Sarkeesian, Regina K. Scully.
Hosted by: Sally Fields
Special Appearance by: Gayle King
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Women Underrepresented in Behind-the-Scenes Roles in 2016 Primetime Emmy Nominations. Read More »
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A WMC investigation shows women get fewer than 1 in 5 nominations in non-acting categories between 2006 and 2015. Read More »
Men dominate news coverage of women’s reproductive issues, finds Women’s Media Center study. Gloria Steinem calls for more accurate, informed and experienced reporting. Read More »
Media coverage of U.S. campus rape and sexualized violence is significantly skewed toward the bylines and voices of men, according to a Women’s Media Center report. Read More »
Women represent only 22 percent of all nominees in 44 writing, directing, editing, and producing categories over the past decade. Read More »
Women’s Role in U.S. Media: Still Dismal? Getting Stronger? Forty-nine studies—including new research from WMC—detail the shape and scope of women’s participation in media. Read More »
In the midst of the tidal wave of pink ribbon promotions for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the executive director of Breast Cancer Action warns: beware of pink ribbon culture, which distracts attention from the real issues. More »
When Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie said that Beyoncé’s feminism is not her feminism, some interpreted it as a beef. In fact, Adichie facing Beyoncé is a model of feminist dialogue. More »