“We will continue, because we are doing the right thing, and because we have an inner strength which moves us and connects us to the Earth and the sky.”
This week, the Trump administration continued a reckless disregard for immigrant girls, a series of attacks on San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and a campaign to paint the women accusing Trump of assault and harassment as liars.
A new effort shines a light on women’s work around the world on climate change to shift the status quo and challenge presiding systems of exploitation at the intersections of gender and environmental justice.
Thousands of upended women fleeing war-torn regions are left without access to tampons, pads, underwear, birth control and other forms of reproductive care—putting their health and safety in extreme jeopardy.
This week, the Trump administration put an undocumented 10-year-old in a migrant facility, kept fighting to block Jane Doe from accessing an abortion in violation of her rights and doubled down on the ban on trans service members—and the ambassador to New Zealand is under investigation for sexual harassment.
A movement to revise the bail systems is spreading across the U.S. like wildfire, and women are carrying the torches.
This week, the Trump administration came under fire for attacking voting rights, nominating a white supremacist to the federal bench and employing an aide with a 20-year tenure as a racist and sexist under his belt. Amidst those reports, Trump put DACA—and DREAMers—at risk, dismantled the ACA and threatened to leave Puerto Rico without relief.
This week, the Trump administration weakened LGBT protections at home and around the world, encouraged attacks on abortion, scrapped the ACA birth control mandate and opened avenues for discrimination under the guise of “religious liberty.”
The Trump administration’s latest attack on campus sexual assault survivors is possibly one of the most egregious yet—and California lawmakers are fighting back.
From its new tax plan to its sexist judicial nominees, the Trump Administration this week escalated its attacks on women, immigrants and the poor.