One way to celebrate women is to give each woman the resources and empowerment to make educated decisions about their own lives and reproductive choices.
Whether we are advocating for living wages, safe work environments, affordable childcare, or the right to organize, all of these aspects of economic justice are a battle for human rights.
If these two bills pass, Wisconsin women will have to tackle even more obstacles in order to access abortion services and affordable birth control.
We won’t go back. Will you stand with us?
Edwith and Maddie take on anti-choice legislation in Ohio and get excited about the diversity of feminisms they find along the way.
At some point during my freshman year, I got the idea in my head that I would be more useful to the feminist movement by studying feminist theory, LGBT studies, and political science than by getting involved with campus initiatives or feminist clubs.
I applaud Leader Pelosi and everyone involved in launching the economic agenda for women and families.