Category: Women’s Rights

A struggle like no other Violence against women in capitalist society

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Violence against women is an ever prevalent and underlying norm in our society. It can be broken down into many facets. From second-rate treatment in the workplace to domestic, economic

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The U.S. “justice system:” Sanctuaries of sexual abuse

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Editor’s note: This is a longer version of an article originally published in Breaking the Chains magazine “From Capitalist Cages to Socialist Liberation.” In December 2019, 14 women, both former and current

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Officers that murdered Breonna Taylor not held accountable

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Breonna Taylor was murdered by Louisville, KY police while asleep in her home in March of this year. Today, the three officers responsible for her death--Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and

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100 Years of Universal Suffrage, a history of struggle

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Over a hundred years ago, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in Tennessee in a nail-biting vote.

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Stay in the Streets – Justice for Vanessa Guillén!

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On June 30, the remains of 20-year old Army Specialist Vanessa Guillén were found just outside of Fort Hood Army base. This tragic discovery comes after over two months of

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#SayHerName: Breonna Taylor would have been 27 today

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Today Breonna Taylor would have been 27-years-old. But on March 13, Louisville police murdered Breonna in her own home while she was asleep. An EMT with plans of becoming a

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