These books will keep the feminists on your list busy and inspired in the new year—and may even help them change their communities and the world.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the Trump administration’s separation of two migrant children from their parents against their will was unconstitutional—and mandated that government officials aid in finding a solution to the emotional trauma of the Trump administration’s border policies.
Bill Shine, a now-disgraced former Fox News executive who assisted in covering-up sex crimes at the network, is now the White House deputy chief of staff for communications.
MD Patrice A. Harris, a psychiatrist from Atlanta, was elected by the House of Delegates during the annual AMA meeting on June 12. She will begin her presidency next summer.
On Saturday, activists around the country will come together to send a powerful message to Donald Trump: Families Belong Together.
This past Friday, nearly 200 people gathered together outside of the Otay Mesa Detention Center in San Diego to demand that the Trump administration reunite families torn apart at the border as a result of the president’s so-called “zero-tolerance” policy.
Activists at demonstrations across the country have been demanding justice for immigrant families torn apart at the border due to Trump administration policies. In Los Angeles, women formed the front line.
In the wake of a border crisis created by the Trump administration, Republicans in the House introduced two bills that would codify its immigration policies—and leave domestic violence survivors seeking asylum without recourse.
Feminists won’t be fooled by the Trump administration’s misinformation campaigns attempting to eschew blame for the border crisis. Instead, they’re fed up and fighting back.