What is your favorite feminist moment in the “Harry Potter” series? Come and join us at Hogwarts as we review these important moments.
As a child, I didn’t want to admit how much I related to Cho. Now, I feel lucky to see myself in her.
Inspired by Emma Watson’s gender equality activism? Curious to know more about the issues confronting feminism today? Read more about Watson’s interview with Valerie Hudson, author of “Sex and World Peace”, here!
Dame Emma Thompson is once again tackling social injustice and climate change. See what she has to say in her latest article for “British Vogue”.
Emma Watson, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and HeForShe founder, has met with officials at the G7 Gender Equality Conference, fighting for legislation to support women’s rights.
Evanna Lynch describes her experiences with feminism and the time she dressed as Harry Potter in protest.
One of the most exciting things about Harry’s fourth year at Hogwarts is the presence of students from different wizarding schools, but one change in the movies makes Beauxbatons seem just a little less awesome.
Despite “Fantastic Beasts” being Rowling’s time to show true representation within her work, a certain president only proved to be disappointing…
Emma Watson was voted “Most Influential Celebrity” in a recent poll conducted by ICM Research, a British public opinion researcher.