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Clinton’s Feminism

December 29, 2015

Breaking Glass Ceilings, Reinforcing the Corporate Agenda One hundred years ago, women lacked the right to vote. Sixty years ago, women were mostly relegated to the role of housewife, with only a narrow range of...

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No amount of demanding that people ‘check their privilege’ will eliminate social attitudes generated and sustained by capitalism. ...

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Grassroots activism and an independent third party free of corporate interests is needed to proactively fight for women’s right to the full spectrum of reproductive health services. ...

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We cannot rely on FIFA or the national governing bodies to build the women’s game. Every player and soccer fan should join together against unequal and unfair practices....

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In spite of all the important steps forward, there remains widespread oppression of women across the globe. This can be seen at its most extreme in societies where women are categorised as second class, and...

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Build a movement for Women’s Reproductive Rights In February Purvi Patel, an Indiana resident, became the first woman in the US to be convicted of “feticide;” and on March 30 she was sentenced to 41...

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She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry is a documentary that explores the eruption of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the late 1960s to the mid ‘70s in the United States....

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Eleanor Marx played a pivotal role in the mass strikes in the East End of London in the 19th century and campaigned for a mass workers’ party. She was to the forefront of the struggle...

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Today’s women’s movement stands on the shoulders of countless women who fought against oppression in all its forms and won substantial reforms. From the abolitionist movement to the labor movement to the Civil Rights Movement,...

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On January 22, the House of Representatives passed the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2015 with a vote of 242-179. This legislation would prevent all federal funding for...

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