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Victoria and Maria Valle Remond wear purple in support of the #undíasinnosotras strikes in Mexico.

A day without women

March 11, 2020

Fátima Cecilia Aldrighetti had been standing outside her school in Mexico City, waiting to be picked up by her mother, who was running late. When her mother finally arrived, she...

Women show their support for Title IX and survivors of sexual assault  at the 2020 Women's March in San Francisco.

Local lawyers take US secretary of education head-on in two year lawsuit

February 8, 2020

In 1972, the Nixon administration introduced Title IX, whose purpose was to prevent sexual harassment and assault in schools. For decades, schools seemed to be getting safer. But n...

Under the Obama administration, women gained reproductive rights all over America. However, under the Trump administration, women's rights are already being limited, starting with women outside of the U.S.

Abort Trump’s polices, not foreign aid

January 31, 2017

In the past week, President Trump has signed a flurry of vague, alarming executive orders turning back the clock on Obama's eight years of work, from "lessening the burden of Obamacare" to removing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and to implementing a ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. Amidst mass protests and public outcry, however, one act is being forgotten. Trump also signed an executive order bringing back the "Global Gag Rule," a policy implemented under the Regan administration in 2001, which states that the U.S. will not give to any foreign aid organization which provides or "promotes" abortions. This policy is nothing but an attack on women on from all over the world.

On June 16, 2015 Michelle Obama visited the Mulberry School for Girls in London to announce a nearly $200 million partnership between the United States and the United Kingdom that would help bring education to girls all around the world.

Michelle Obama’s legacy will not be forgotten

December 15, 2016

While Michelle Obama may be leaving the White House, her legacy never will. On Nov.4, 2008, Michelle became America's first African America first lady - a historical moment in a country who's Civil Rights Movement led my Martin Luther King and Malcolm X only ended a mere 48 years ago. Throughout the eight years she has been in the Whitehouse, Michelle has been a model to women and girls all around the world, and a reminder for everyone of the true power and potential of a woman.

All over the world, women held protests and rallies in an effort to raise awareness about rape and sexual assault. This is a picture from a

Rape survivor changes California sexual assault laws

November 8, 2016

"Victims are not victims, not some fragile, sorrowful aftermath. Victims are survivors, and survivors are going to be doing a hell of a lot more than surviving." These are the...

Daryush Valizadeh, self-proclaimed neo-masculinist fights for his belief that men are always superior to women:

Alleged ‘legalize rape’ assembly cancelled

February 4, 2016

165 meetings. 43 countries. Organized by one man. The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of freedom of assembly, among other things. Daryush Valizadeh...

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