Friday, February 3, 2023

Tag: Women’s March

Today, we rise into our power!: The 2020 Women’s March

“When we’re coming into 2020 when there’s so much work to be done this is the best place to kick it off that we know now it’s time to have boots on the ground.”

Dialogue: Women’s March leaders on anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, racism & more

Teresa Shook, one of the founders of the Women’s March movement, called for the removal of the four national co-chairs and accused them of allowing “anti-Semitism, anti-LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric to become a part of the platform.”

Women’s March survives and thrives in LA

“There wasn’t just a blue wave, there was a pink wave, and we’re proud of it.”

Progressive Briefing for Wednesday, September 5

Women's March disrupts Kavanaugh hearing, Senator Jon Kyl replaces McCain, Rahm Emanuel not seeking re-election, and more.

Susan Sarandon & Linda Sarsour speak out as 630 women arrested...

Protesters, chanted “We care” and “Abolish ICE,” and wore mylar emergency blankets like those given to immigrants imprisoned in U.S. detention centers.

#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."

Sunday shows barely mentioned the 2018 Women’s March

The longest mention was a meager 20 seconds on NBC’s Meet The Press. Other shows were worse.

Women’s March 2018: We shall overcome

"It's not just about winning a few seats, it's about changing a tone in our country, in our world and in our lives."

Women’s March 2018 was a success

“We’re all marching towards the same thing.”

Women’s March 2018 — Everything you need to know

This year's Women's March is set to be a huge national event, with NationofChange bringing you live updates from DC. Here's everything you need to know to get involved and stay updated.

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‘Death sentence for women and families’: US court blocks domestic violence gun ban

The court ruled that the law prohibiting people with domestic violence restraining orders from owning guns "fails to pass constitutional muster," and that the ban is an outlier "that our ancestors never would have accepted."

Can the Military-Industrial Complex be tamed?

Cutting the Pentagon's budget in half would finally force the generals to think.

A school choice nightmare: Families getting government funding to switch from public to private...

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Nearly 14,000 Nigerian farmers and fishers sue Shell for destroying their livelihoods with oil...

Individuals and institutions from two communities have filed claims against Shell, calling on the company to clean up the devastating pollution and compensate them for its effects.