A collection of essays, advocacy journalism and speeches, Klein’s second book on climate change proposes a sweeping industrial and infrastructure overhaul that would create millions of jobs globally in renewable energy and land rehabilitation while ending reliance on fossil fuels.
October 18, 1915: The most ambitious campaign ever attempted by the woman suffrage movement is coming to a close in the first of the four states that will approve or reject “Votes for Women” referenda over the next 15 days.
There is no better way to honor the memory of Rep. Elijah Cummings than to keep his dream alive.
“Sticks and stones,” we’re told. What’s worse, we’re frequently faced with the suggestion that perhaps we might have “misunderstood” what a boy said, or met with the idea that he “didn’t mean it that way.”
Facebook had announced that it would ban “praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism”—but the platform is still profiting off of hate.
Women have entered medical school in nearly equal numbers to men for the last 20 years, with women under the age of 35 accounting for 60 percent of physicians in this country. These numbers sound promising, but the numbers do not tell the whole story.
Conservatives say they enact abortion restrictions to protect
women’s health—but we’re not buying it.
October 17, 1915: Just two more days remain until the men of New Jersey vote on woman suffrage—and if women could vote, the referendum would win in a landslide!
In the current political moment, abortion deserves more than a quick-fire round of responses—and many other critical issues deserve more air time, too.
“The world needs to see us. The world needs to see everybody, you know? People don’t know these stories, unless we write them.”