Saturday, November 27, 2021

Tag: women

What the Taliban takeover means for women

The Taliban “has not changed,” say women facing subjugation in areas of Afghanistan under its rule.

Women grow as much as 80% of India’s food – but...

“We barely have any land. If that too is gifted to [billionaires], then what will we eat?”

Women continue to contribute in record numbers heading into 2020

However, it appears that many networks of prominent donors, including powerful women, are staying out of the presidential fundraising race for now.

The war on women is still on

In Trumpistan, legislative attempts to ban abortion are a blatant sign that women are under attack.

#NotInvisible: Groundbreaking legislation tackles epidemic of violence against Indigenous women

"Women are disappearing and dying in Indian country. We must act."

When women workers lead the way

Struggles past and present show the left how we can make the connection between the fight for women’s rights and the struggle for economic and social equality.

From mowing the grass to cutting the flesh

How young women learn to hate their genitals.

A foreign policy that can change everything for everyone

Women talk about gender, racial and economic justice. But anti-war messaging is still missing from the resistance movement – and there can be no justice without peace.

#WomenDisobey: Hundreds of demonstrators arrested on Capitol Hill for protesting cruel...

"The mothers, sisters, wives and daughters of America will not stand down until the imprisoned children are released and reunited with their families."

Refugee women use their voices through digital storytelling

These dialogues show protagonists’ strengths and hopes, and these are the elements of the stories that remain with us long after watching their digital stories.

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Normalizing vigilantism? The American right’s reaction to the Rittenhouse verdict

“This might be interpreted across the far right as a type of permission slip to do this kind of thing or to seek out altercations in this way.”

Sociology can help the climate crisis

Climate change is caused by people acting in groups, after all, and sociology is the study of people acting in groups.

Ethiopia conflict by US design

The U.S. and her puppets (UK, EU etc) have, to the incredulity of many, stood behind the terrorists and not the government of Ethiopia, or the Ethiopian people.

The big industry that COP26 failed to tackle

Our broken and inhumane food system is a huge source of emissions, so why isn’t it a major part of the climate solution?
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How unaccountable institutions are shaping your life

Three centers of power increasingly dominate our lives: The Supreme Court, the Federal Reserve, and Big Tech.