The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration—and each week, we publish a day-by-day account of it. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made. We are watching.

War on Women Report No. 24

Dangerous judicial and cabinet appointments were made this week for Trump nominees—and all the while, the Trump administration continued to attack immigrants, refugees and women’s rights.

War on Women Report No. 23

This week, reports broke detailing the Trump administration’s back-room attempts to make the U.S. a “pro-life nation” and the tie between Trump’s rhetoric and increasing acts of extremist violence. The Trump administration also continued to propogate dangerous stereotypes about immigrants and pushed legislation hurting women and families.

War on Women Report No. 22

As recordings of the president bragging about sexually assault women resurfaced in the news this week, Madeleine Albright called out his sexism. In the midst of it all, a dangerously anti-abortion and anti-contraception Trump nominee for the federal bench had her confirmation hearing.

War on Women Report No. 21

The Trump administration’s attacks on immigrant women were unrelenting this week—and women were often the ones in the crosshairs.

War on Women Report No. 20

The Trump administration ramped up attacks on immigrant communities, ended protections for pregnant detainees and refused to take action on police brutality this week.

War on Women Report No. 19

This week, the Trump administration did its best to codify policies that would hurt communities of color and literally erased queer and trans women. Meanwhile, Eric Trump tweeted about a love of guns while his father fled D.C. before the March for Our Lives arrived at his doorstep.

War on Women Report No. 18

Trump and his cabinet, staff members and surrogates were called out this week for sexist remarks and their inaction on gun violence in the wake of the Parkland shooting. His administration also quietly escalated its attack on Planned Parenthood.

War on Women Report No. 17

Donald Trump’s tweets this week proved his inconsistency on the urgent issue of gun violence—and landed him in legal trouble as a lawsuit advances against his administration for their campus sexual assault policies.

War on Women Report No. 16

While Donald Trump, Jr., was using Twitter to signal support for conspiracy theorists claiming Parkland shooting survivors are “crisis actors,” his father—the President—was using the platform to discredit a woman accusing him of sexual misconduct. Meanwhile, Trump’s administration refuses to recognize abortion as a human right and no longer sees the U.S. as “a nation of immigrants.”

War on Women Report No. 15

This week, the White House protected and defended another alleged serial abuser while John Kelly called immigrants lazy and Donald Trump called his critics treasonous.

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