YES! Did you see that the city of St. Louis made national news from coast to coast yesterday? Did you happen to see the front page of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Thursday? I’m STILL beaming with pride and joy. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board said
This morning, the Supreme Court made a final decision on the Massachusetts buffer zone case: creating a 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics to keep demonstrators away from patients is unconstitutional. Hence, making city ordinances to protect women seeking abortions from violence, shameful slurs, and being
Earlier this year, ProgressWomen paired a group of young women politicos throughout the country with a progressive legislator in their state and invited them to get to know each other via our project, “Legis-Ladies”. Madison Kimrey, a 12 year old activist from Burlington, North Carolina not only
Guest Feature Post by Amelia Eskenazi and Emma Troughton, high school students from Indiana In the United States, society has evolved into one of toxicity through its relentless enforcement of artificially constructed gender norms — to the extent at which massacres rooted in misogyny and
Powerful response from a father and his son on #Yes, All Women campaign that we’ve all seen explode around the universe. Finally! Men that get it are understanding that it will take ALL of us to correct and STOP gender harassment, inequity and violence. Make
This was written by Kelila Krantz, Lily Greenberg Call, and Mara Cook. All three attend high school in California. “According to a poll in 2001 by the ERA Campaign Network of Princeton, 72% of people believe that the Equal Rights Amendment has already been passed.