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Women's March Asks Men To Call Out Trump After Latest Attack On Black Women
The president called former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman "that dog" on Twitter Tuesday.
Janelle Monae May Mass Produce Her “Pynk” Pants
Janelle Monae is hinting at the idea of mass producing her “Pynk” pants.
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These Are The Biggest Marches In U.S. History
Gabriela Landazuri Saltos
On the eve of the "March for Our Lives," here's a look at other moments when Americans spoke out en masse.
Protesting While Muslim Comes With Its Own Set Of Judgments
A Muslim activist wonders if civil disobedience is really open to all citizens.
In Era Of Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Sees ‘The Beginning Of A Political Revolution’
The Vermont senator’s response to the State of the Union was long, fiery and surprisingly optimistic.
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Tracee Ellis Ross Is 'Fighting For Women's Worth' By Negotiating For Higher Pay
Tracee Ellis Ross spoke out about her compensation on the hit ABC series “Black-ish” and the rumors that she’d scale back her role unless her salary was raised to match that of co-star Anthony Anderson.
'Rosie The Riveter' Passes Away At 96
Naomi Parker Fraley, the woman who is said to have inspired the iconic “Rosie the Riveter” poster, has died at 96.
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Constance Wu Calls Out The Fetishization Of Asians At Women's March
“I march today for Asian-American women who have been ignored, or judged or fetishized."
Celebrity Women’s March Speeches
At the 2018 Women’s March, stars like Scarlett Johansson, Olivia Wilde, Viola Davis, Natalie Portman, Whoopi Goldberg, Cher, Rosie Perez, and Eva Longoria shared their experiences in Hollywood and called for action and equality.
The Voices Of Larry Nassar's Victims Made It All The Way To The Women’s March
Quotes from women who have spoken out against the former USA Gymnastics doctor appeared on protest signs.
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Nevertheless, She Persisted: A Year After The First Women's March, Energy Is Still High
"There’s a lot more rage and a lot more anger in this march."
Women Marched Again In 2018, And Aren’t Going Anywhere
This year’s women’s march took place on the one year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, and showed that marchers aren’t slowing down.
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Trump Tweeted Support For The Women's Marches. It Backfired.
"Who wants to tell him?"
One Year Later, Women Band Together To March Again
As people around the world join together for this year’s Women’s March, a look back on what’s happened since last year’s historic event.
Some Very Good Dogs Are Out Supporting The Women's March
"These have been the worst seven years of my life."
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Women's March Draws Massive Crowds In Cities Across The Nation
"There’s a lot more rage and a lot more anger in this march," said one protester.
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Marching Against Trump Inspired A Record-Breaking Number Of Women To Run For Office
A year after the Women’s March on Washington, a record number of women are running for office in 2018.
This Photo Of Me At The Women's March Went Viral And Changed My Activism Forever
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I had to find my space between the rock of feminist activism and the hard place of defending my blackness.
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Why This Black Girl Will Not Be Returning To The Women’s March
S. T. Holloway
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Y’all have fun though.
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My Thoughts About The Women's March, One Year Later
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There’s no shame in not having it all figured out. Just keep reading, talking it out, and learning from mistakes.
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Here's What To Know About The 2018 Women's March
Women are dusting off their pussy hats for round two.
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28 Of The Most Powerful Pieces Of Writing By Women In 2017
Sometimes collective rage turns into beautiful words.
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Merriam-Webster Reveals Word Of The Year
Merriam-Webster's 2017 word of the year had an overall 70 percent increase in its searches compared to the year before.
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International Women’s Day Was The Most Talked-About Moment On Facebook This Year
And the Women’s March in D.C. was the most attended Facebook event of 2017.
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