DeVos’ new Title IX regulations protect those accused of sexual assault

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The US Secretary of Education, Betsey DeVos, released new sweeping federal mandates that give more protections to those accused of sexual misconduct.

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Chicago Nursing Home Workers Achieve Historic Contract

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On May 7, healthcare workers of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in Chicago were prepared to strike the following morning.

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Women’s prisons and Covid-19: Demand relief now!

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The United States is the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic with one million confirmed cases. The United States also has the largest prison population on Earth, including the highest number

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Women fighters, our teachers: Lucy Parsons

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Women and people of oppressed nationalities have always been on the front lines of revolutionary movements. In the historic moment of mobilization, our working-class heroes are targeted and demonized in

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On International Workers’ Day, Breaking the Chains pays tribute to the women workers

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Millions of women workers are now counted amongst those deemed essential. According to a New York Times analysis, fifty-two percent of essential jobs under the coronavirus pandemic are filled by

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Texas Lawmakers Attack Abortions During COVID-19

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In the midst of a global pandemic, Texas lawmakers have banned access to abortions, an essential and safe medical procedure.  Three weeks ago, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Republican, ordered a

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