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January 21, 2016, will go down in history as one of the largest ever days of protest in the United States as Women’s Marches were attended by tens and hundreds of thousands in city after...

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For unified struggle for women’s rights and against capitalism From Socialist Alternative (Russian CWI) website (socialist.news) Socialist Alternative, the Russian section of the CWI, took part in an “individual picket” outside the State Duma (Parliament)...

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Despite Trump’s platform for hateful ideas, fierce movements of working class women are on the horizon. Through a united mass struggle, we can push back Trump’s agenda....

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The disgusting tape of Donald Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women became the most talked-about issue in the entire 2016 election cycle within 48 hours. It further spiraled Trump into what CNN called “the worst...

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As we publish this, the Polish government has announced a u turn on abortion policy! A massive victory for the movement! Originally published at SocialistWorld.net. Women Want a Real Choice Plans to impose a total...

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On May 12, conservative leaders in Alabama launched another sneak attack on women’s reproductive rights when Governor Robert Bentley signed SB 205 into law, mandating that abortion clinics be located at least 2,000 feet from...

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Protests and a new spontaneous movement for abortion rights erupt Paul Newberry, Alternatywa Socjalistyczna (CWI in Poland) A plan to introduce a total ban on abortion in Poland has angered a significant section of the...

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By June, the Supreme Court will rule on Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a case that could have disastrous implications for reproductive rights across the country. In 2013, Texas passed House Bill 2, severely limiting...

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America's Only Elected Female Socialist on Women and the Presidential Race...

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Paid parental leave has been part of the debate for working women since the 1960s, and most countries across the world have passed some form of leave for families with new babies. In the United...

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