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Where Brett Kavanaugh Stands on Five Major Feminist Issues

Kavanaugh’s record shows that he has a pattern of putting the concerns of corporations, the wealthy and the powerful over the interests of everyday people—with damaging consequences for women, workers, people of color and other vulnerable communities.

Heartbroken, But Standing Strong

I got my start in social justice fighting against segregation as a college student in North Carolina. I never thought in 2017 that I would still have to fight racism in its ugliest, most naked form.

By the Numbers: Gender, Feminism and the 2016 Presidential Election

The data we have available on gender and feminism from election night show that this heartbreaking presidential election had some silver linings.

This is a Call to Action

We will never go back, and we will never give up. We will continue to spread the ideas, joys, activities, setbacks and advances of feminists both at home and across the globe.

Women Will Elect the Next President

The likely election of Hillary Clinton tomorrow as the first woman President of the United States will be with a decisive gender gap and makes this an excellent time to review why there is often a gender gap against Republican candidates.

Trade Must Not Trump Women’s Human Rights

Any deal that forces women and human rights to take a backseat to profit and trade should be a non-starter. But right now, the United States is negotiating the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement with 11 nations including Brunei, a country that recently adopted a vicious new penal code threatening the rights and […]

Ferguson: “A Grave Injustice”

The following is the statement of Eleanor Smeal, founder and president of the Feminist Majority Foundation: The Feminist Majority Foundation is outraged at the decision not to indict Darren Wilson. This should have been a public trial. Wilson should have been charged immediately after the shooting of Michael Brown, who was shot at least six […]

SCOTUS Decision Endangers Women and Healthcare Providers

The Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) is outraged by the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a Massachusetts buffer zone law as unconstitutional. The lives of doctors and clinic staff are being threatened as we speak. This decision emboldens more extreme violence, harassment and intimidation of women and health care providers in the name of free […]

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