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In March, Alejandra Pablos was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and was held in the Eloy Detention Center in Arizon for 43 days. Alejandra traveled to Arizona from Virginia for a scheduled check-in with ICE where she was subsequen… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
His former family asked a local animal shelter to euthanize him. They refused. Read more at: Good News
Desiree Linden won the women’s division of the Boston Marathon on Monday; the first American woman to win the race since 1985. It was a big day for American women, who claimed seven of the top eight spots in the race. The conditions were terrible But … Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority […]
On April 11, the Black Mama’s Matter Alliance launched the inaugural Black Maternal Health Week (April 11-17) to promote awareness about the high mortality rate for Black mothers in the United States. According to the Black Mama’s Matter Alliance, the… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
I came across something today that made me think about how I structure what projects I work on. Because sometimes there are soooo many things I want to do. Programs to take and to run, things to learn and try, ideas to explore, and people to see. And I want to do everything NOW. But is […]
Yesterday the Illinois State Senate voted 43-12 with no debate to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The initiative now heads to the Illinois House, where advocates warn passage is not a “slam-dunk.” While both chambers have ap… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
An interesting thing happened last week. I was given the opportunity to join a challenge that from the outside looked like it would be fun and motivating. But, it freaked me out and made me anxious. I spent a bit of time avoiding it completely. Until I realized I was avoiding other things in my […]
Yesterday, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that it is illegal for employers to consider a woman’s previous salary when determining pay for her new job, as it perpetuates pay discrimination between men and women. The groundbreaking decision … Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced late last week that the state would no longer be supplying residents of Flint with free bottled water, despite the fact that Flint is still suffering from dangerously high levels of lead in their tap water. Relat… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
Some weeks I start this newsletter with a story that then develops into the topic for the Wednesday LIVE (and I didn’t know the topic until I wrote the story). Other weeks, I have a topic in mind to cover and no story that nicely leads into it. This is one of those weeks with no story […]
Teachers in Oklahoma are boycotting school and taking to the state Capitol today to demand better wages and more school funding in the wake of a successful teacher strike in West Virginia last month. Related posts: Students Demand Gun Reform, Condemn N… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
This week Kentucky lawmakers voted to outlaw a common and safe procedure known as dilation and evacuation that accounts for 95% of abortions performed after the first trimester, essentially banning all abortions after 11 weeks. Related posts: Activists… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
The other weekend I was doing some filing (into my file cabinet instead of the pile of “to be filed” that had accumulated) and realized I was stuffing paper into already full folders in a drawer that was also pretty full. So, I decided it was time to pull the older files out and move […]
Linda Brown, who as a child was at the center of the historical Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, died on Sunday in Topeka, Kansas at the age of 75. No related posts. Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
On Saturday, thousands of people took the streets of more than 800 cities and towns around the world to take part in the March For Our Lives, a student-led movement advocating for commonsense gun reform in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stone… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog
“Barks not bullets,” read one sign. Read more at: Good News
On Tuesday a federal judge temporarily blocked a new Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, the most restrictive abortion law in the country. Related posts: Commemorating the 45th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade Activists Call for Re… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Majority Foundation Blog