Category: Women’s Rights

Formula shortage crisis: U.S. capitalism fails even to feed babies

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The United States is facing an increasingly dire nationwide  shortage of baby formula. In early 2021, the national baby formula out-of-stock rate fluctuated between 2 percent and 8 percent.

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Mary O’Brien’s Lasting Impact

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The first Black woman staffing member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Mary O’Brien, passed away in March 2022 leaving behind a legacy of activism surrounding unions, voting rights

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Stop the Execution of Melissa Lucio, an innocent woman and survivor

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Note: This article references Melissa Lucio’s long history as a victim of abuse and sexual violence. Melissa Lucio was born into abuse. She grew up watching her mother get beat

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Lessons from Rio Grande: a post-Roe mirror

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But for the women of the Rio Grande Valley, the hardships posed by SB 8 are nothing new. For more than a decade, cuts to reproductive healthcare funding, the closure

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The murder of Asian women: A clarion call to end the U.S. aggression on China

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Our united struggle against racism, sexism and imperialist intervention is key to confronting aggression against China and racist attitudes.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

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IWD has and is organized to highlight the struggle for women’s economic, social, and political achievements and to continue the struggle for full equality. 

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