Sunday, October 22, 2017
Tags Posts tagged with "women’s rights"

Tag: women’s rights

Marching for Black Women

By Atima Omara This weekend, I will join individuals and organizations from across the country for the March for Black Women. And Black women have many...

Was Ellen Pao the Wrong Poster Child for Women’s Rights in...

In an industry in which women consistently comprise about 30% of the workforce, and fewer than 6% of venture capitalists are women, the case...

Violence Against Women Act Reauthorized, Headed to President for Signing

The House voted today to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) by a vote of 287 to 138. None of the House Democrats...

Contraception Compromise: When Policy and Personal Overlap

Women’s rights, religious freedoms, and politics intersect constantly, but especially now. The Department of Health and Human Services announced a contraceptive compromise last Friday. The...

What’s At Stake for American Women in November?

Women make up 55 percent of the electorate, women will decide this election...

Women’s Voices, Women’s Votes

Female legislators in Maryland are determined not to lose recent gains in health care, employment, rights

Election 2012: Are You Female? The Battle for Single Moms

(Note: Part two of this piece can be found here.) Way back in June, on the 12th day to be precise, Joshua Baca, the National...

Hakeem Jeffries: Have His Back

By Hakeem Jeffries, New York State Assemblyman We all know how important it is that we come out to vote for President Barack Obama this fall. Yet, it's...

Playing Hunger Games With Women’s Rights

Opposition to help for domestic violence victims and prenatal screening is not an ideal next four years

Latino Votes Are Not “Up in the Air”

The goal for the GOP is to peal away Latino votes, not win them