Running for political office as a woman in America is still no easy fete even 90 years after obtaining the right to vote. But, today, the Women’s Media Center (WMC) founded in 2005 by Jane Fonda, Robin Morgan, and Gloria Steinem to positively impact the visibility of women in the media, announces a new partnership with Political Parity and Women’s Campaign Forum Foundation to try and make the media accountable. ‘Name It. Change It.,’ a new national campaign seeks to dramatically decrease incidents of misogyny through a new rapid response network. ‘Name It. Change It.’ will start just in time for the November midterm election to help ensure women candidates running for office are portrayed fairly in the media. WMC President and former advisor to Hillary Clinton, Jehmu Greene notes “we’ll work proactively with media professionals and outlets to provide resources for balanced local and national coverage of the elections.” The press conference held at The Paley Center for Media allowed attendees the opportunity to sign the ‘Name It. Change It.’ equality pledge, which media professionals and outlets will continue have the opportunity to sign in the near future. For more information on the new campaign visit the new Website: http://www.nameitchangeit.org/.