Fight Supremacy Protest, Women Of Color Shine As Leaders Of Resistance

By Eddie Cepeda, -

By Eddie Cepeda for Bustle - On Saturday morning, Natalie Sanchez arrived at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston well before counter-protesters started trickling in. The morning fog dissipated as [...]

A Class-Only Approach Will Fail Women Of Color

By Andrea Flynn and Angelique Roche, -

By Andrea Flynn and Angelique Roche for Roosevelt Institute - Last week President Trump released a budget that would gut public programs that lift up millions of American women and families. [...]

Why I Do Not Support The Women’s March On Washington

By Brittany T. Oliver, -

By Brittany T. Oliver for Brittany T. Oliver - My name is Brittany Oliver and I'm a women's rights activist in Baltimore, MD. As a Black woman, I am once again let down by people who call [...]

Justice For Berta Cáceres Rally Condemns Canada’s Lethal Influence In Honduras

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By A. Splawinski for Rabble - Activists gathered outside Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland's office in downtown Toronto on March 11 to voice their solidarity with Indigenous activists and [...]

She Helped Save Her Town. Then She Finished High School.

By Chris Clarke, -

By Chris Clarke for KCET - Residents along the Ventura Coast are no strangers to oil and gas development. Oil drilling has been a part of life along the Santa Barbara Channel since 1896, with [...]

Francisca Ramirez, A Leader In Struggle To Stop Nicaragua Canal Project

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By Arlen Cerda for Havana Times – The campesino movement demanding the repeal of the law for an inter-oceanic canal in Nicaragua – a project that the government has awarded to Chinese businessman [...]

US Jury Sentences Rapist Cop To Over 100 Years In Prison

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By Staff of Tele Sur - Oklahoma City cop Daniel Holtzclaw was charged with 36 counts of sexual assault involving more than a dozen women. A jury in the U.S. state of Oklahoma late Thursday [...]

How Women Of Color Bear The Costs Of Mass Incarceration

By Maya Dusenbery, -

By Maya Dusenbery in Feministing - There are a number of ways to put a price tag on the United States’s shameful mass incarceration system. On the most superficial level, $80 billion is how much [...]

Scenes From Domestic Worker Organizing

By Rucha Chitnis, -

By Rucha Chitnis in ReImagine - “There is an entrenched devaluation of immigrant women workers. Domestic workers are breadwinners of their families throughout Latin America and Asia. In so many [...]