The “Die Jim Crow EP Book” features the voices of former and current inmates speaking out against mass incarceration. B.L. Shirelle is one of those voices—and through the Die Jim Crow collective, she’s opening up about the racialized and gendered impacts of the prison-industrial complex.
Pregnant women who work at Walmart allege that they have been unlawfully punished for health-related absences—and face the threat of losing their jobs for seeking out proper medical care.
“I am putting Allen County Right to Life, and all anti-women’s groups, on notice. You have intimidated and harassed us for the last time in this community. We will be back, stronger than ever before.”
Across the United States, more than 750 rallies, some with tens of thousands of attendees, streamed through streets, crossed over bridges and surrounded federal buildings to demand justice for migrant families at the U.S. / Mexico border as part of the #FamiliesBelongTogether National Day of Action.
Today, the Supreme Court handed CPCs a license to manipulate, deceive and ultimately endanger the lives of women.
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.
As the #MeToo movement shifts understandings of gender, power and work across the country, women in robes are driving the same culture change in the courtroom.
On June 5, Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) introduced the EMPOWER Act to end sexual harassment for all women workers.