Category: Women’s Rights

U.S Child Care is in Crisis

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Child care in the United States is in crisis. Working-class women––in their positions as both child care workers and workers who cannot afford child care––are bearing the brunt of the

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Conditions for Women and Girls in Haiti are Dire—Intervention Will Make Them Far Worse

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In the last two weeks, the United Nations has published two devastating reports about Haiti: one on worsening hunger and another on the increase in sexual violence stemming from paramilitary

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Major investigation shows widespread abuse in National Women’s Soccer League 

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In 2015, Meleana Shim, a 24-year-old soccer player for the Portland Thorns, sent an email to her coach, Paul Riley. She wrote, “We both know that your interactions around me

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Cuba Adopts Progressive Families Code by Popular Referendum

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September 25, 2022 marks a historic day in Cuban history. The Cuban people voted for what is being called the most inclusive and progressive legislation in the world through a

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Sumter County Woman Receives 4 Year Prison Sentence for Protesting Police—Free Brittany Martin! 

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In Summer of 2020, following the unjust murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, millions of people took to the streets across the country to demand the U.S Government “Stop

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Latin America’s Green Tide: Working women’s solidarity knows no borders

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Latin America specifically has seen some of the most inspiring examples of victories for reproductive justice in recent years, all of which were made possible through movements organized by working-class

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