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Linda Sarsour, Feminist Movement Leader, Too Extreme for CUNY Graduation Speech, Critics Argue

A campaign has formed against Linda Sarsour, one of the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., and her upcoming commencement speech for the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Public Health and Health Poli...

Amy March in 'Little Women' 'Memba Her?!

Samantha Mathis is best known for playing Amy March -- whose younger version is played by Kirsten Dunst -- in the 1994 family film 'Little Women.'  Guess what she looks like now!

Aziz Ansari Doesn't Read, Watch Or Talk About The News Anymore

The day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, after millions of women marched in Washington, D.C., and beyond, Aziz Ansari stood up on “Saturday Night Live” to deliver the show’s opening monologue. It was a hit. The comedian behind...Show More Summary

Huge Increase in Anti-Trump Protest: 5 Signs Resistance Is Growing Stronger

April showed a huge increase in nonviolent protest activity across the U.S. As co-director of the Crowd Counting Consortium, Erica Chenoweth has been collecting political crowd data since the Women's March in January. She also produces a monthly breakdown for the Washington Post on political activism trends based on the numbers. Show More Summary

Woman Who Survived Abortion: “If Abortion is Merely About Women’s Rights, Then Where Were Mine?”

Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen posed a powerful question to abortion advocates Saturday during the March for Life in Rome, Italy. Jessen was a speaker at the annual march, which drew thousands of pro-life advocates to the city to call for protections for human life, the National Catholic Register reports. About 100,000 unborn babies are aborted […]

South Africans protest over violence against women

Hundreds angered by a rise in violence against women and children march in the South African capital, Pretoria.

The slow, steady criminalization of dissent under Trump

With millions marching in Washington, D.C., and across the country for women’s issues, science, and action on climate change, Americans lately have rediscovered their rights of speech and assembly under the Constitution. But the social...Show More Summary

George Soros is a favorite target of the right — here's how that happened

The day after Donald Trump became president of the United States, thousands of people in pink hats marched the streets. They were protesting Trump's stance on women's rights, among other issues. But some looked at the sea of pink and...Show More Summary

Anti Trump group targets McDonald's

Washington - Thousands of Americans have taken to the street this year to march for women's equality, environmental issues and an overhaul of the president's immigration policies. Now for the first time, the anti-Trump resistance movement...Show More Summary

Of Course 'Wonder Woman' Is Feminist

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Per new tradition anytime Hollywood produces stories about women, we must contend with the question: Is it feminist? Yes, said Emma Watson, before Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” debuted in March. Yes, said Elisabeth Moss,...Show More Summary

Joyce Azria’s Avec les Filles opens first Los Angeles pop-up shop

Joyce Azria is finally bringing her fashion vision for Millennial women — her newly launched contemporary line Avec les Filles — home. The brand, which launched in 155 Macy’s Inc. doors nationwide in March, will open its first retail pop-up at its new Los Angeles headquarters on La Brea Avenue...

Solange Twerks and Glows at the Guggenheim

To begin, Solange marched down the spiral white ramp of the Guggenheim Museum in a chorus line of black women. The media people hanging near the edge of the barrier on each tier were forced to part, to create several inches of distance between the artist and ourselves, so that she and her performers could get to the… Read more...

California professor bans college Republicans from Women's History Month events

A professor at Orange Coast College in California barred members of a school club from attending Women's History Month events last March, advocating for a "safe space event." That an investigation be opened, or reopened, into Jessica...Show More Summary

How Milck's Women's March Anthem "Quiet" Went Viral and Changed Her Life

The viral hit, sung a cappella at the anti-Trump women's march in D.C., has catapulted its creator to international fame — and now, a deal with Atlantic Records.

“What Do We Want? Evidence-Based Science!”

A protest on behalf of something as nebulous as “science” could mean anything, really. But when thousands of men, women, and children arrived in Washington, D.C., last month for a “March for Science,” their prime concern appeared to be that objective, scientific facts were losing ground in government. Show More Summary

“Lifestyle Feminism” Gets a Bad Rap, But It’s a Great Gateway to Activism

“Lifestyle feminism” has been getting a lot of flack lately. First it was the chorus of voices insisting that all those pink pussy hats took attention away from the important political issues of the Women's March on Washington. ThenShow More Summary

Onward, with Hillary

Just got this: Warren — Over the last few months, we’ve seen something remarkable: From the Women’s March to airports across the country where communities are welcoming immigrants and refugees to town hall meetings in every community, Americans are speaking out like never before. I believe more fiercely than ever that citizen engagement at every […]

Where Is the Free Speech Outrage for Linda Sarsour?

Last month, Women’s March Co-Chair and anti-Islamophobia activist Linda Sarsour was invited to give a commencement speech to graduates at the City University of New York School of Public Health. But now, local politicians are pressuring the school to withdraw the invitation because of Sarsour’s left-wing politics. The campaign to disinvite Sarsour was launched by […]

The Look: Amy Arbus Returns to Shooting Style, This Time Focusing on Headwear

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

“I decided to focus on headwear because I had gone to the Women’s March, and there was a crazy number of pussycat hats,” said Amy Arbus, a photographer who has been capturing street style in New York City since the 1980s. “I loved the fact that people wore them in solidarity.”

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