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Kshama Sawant talks about Hillary Clinton's candidacy for president....

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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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Harassment of women in the video games industry, on- and off-line, has reached new lows with the recent GamerGate campaign. Games developer Zoe Quinn was accused by her ex-partner of sleeping with journalists in exchange...

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Fight the Attacks of the Right: No Faith in the Democrats In the US media and popular culture it is increasingly common to see women shown in places of political and economic power. However, the...

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On September 8th, 2014, the Seattle City Council voted in favor of a resolution that called on the federal government to repeal all bans on public coverage for abortion, like the Hyde Amendment. It also encourages further...

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It is 130 years since the publication of The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State, by Friedrich Engels. Long considered by Marxists an important text regarding the origin of women’s oppression, it...

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Violence against women is at the forefront of the discussion on fighting for women’s rights internationally and the center of growing awareness and outrage in society about sexism. This outrage comes in the midst of...

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Rob Jones, Moscow It would have been difficult to predict a year ago that a group of “third generation feminist punk rockers” calling themselves “Pussy riot” and dressed in brightly colored balaclavas and wooly stockings...

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Minneapolis Forum Discusses Way Forward for Women’s Liberation In the last seven months, tens of thousands of women have taken the streets as part of Slutwalk demonstrations across the world, standing up for women’s rights...

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Over the last ten years, a lot of books have been written arguing that equality for women has been more or less achieved. Many careers that previously were seen as “”just for men”” had opened...

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