Activism

You’ve Had a Week to Mourn. Now What?

Last week, our country elected an orange spray-painted rubber tire as leader of the free world. Since that time, there have been tears, there have been protests, and – since …

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Activism

#AntiTrump Protests Continue in Dallas

For the third night in a row on Friday, protests against the election of Donald Trump continued in Dallas, TX. The event was organized by the Next Generation Action Network (NGAN) as a …

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FeaturedFeminismPolitics

The History of American Women in Congress and Widow’s Succession

In only one week, the US could be electing into office our first woman president but also our second Clinton president. Going all the way back to Hillary Clinton’s first presidential …

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FeminismPolitics

Why ‘Nasty Woman’ was a Sexist Comment

Featured Image from SurlyAmy. You can get it on a shirt (or other product) here. See her awesome new Red Bubble shop for other designs!   A few days ago, …

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Photo by Phelan M. Ebenhack
Politics

Hillary Clinton Should Support the Overturning of the Second Amendment

Today, in the wake of the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States, which targeted the LGBTQ community, Hillary Clinton, the democratic nominee for President of the …

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Politics

Refusal to Accept Clinton as the Nominee is rooted in Misogyny and Racism

This Tuesday as six more states voted, Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to ever win a major party nomination for president in the history of the United States. Although …

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Feminism

History Made.

Regardless of who you support, if you care about human rights and feminism- this video that is said to be introducing Hillary Clinton tonight, is worth watching. It’s moving and …

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Politics

Progress Isn’t Settling: Trump’s Rise Threatens to Make Moderate the New Progressive

“I like Sanders’ ideas better, but I voted for Hillary. It’s just the more pragmatic decision. The idea of a Sanders presidency is unrealistic,” a friend remarked to me, a few …

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