If you’re on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, you’ve probably seen #RepresentationMatters floating around. The phrase checks all the boxes for social media – it’s trendy, catchy, and well-suited to describe an expansive list of fields and situations. But what is representation when it comes to politics? Who are our representatives, how do we choose them, […]
2019. It might not have the same ring to it as 2020, but that does not make it any less important. On November 5, Virginians will vote in state elections that could impact people in every other state in this country on issues ranging from women’s equality to the political makeup of our Congress to […]
Exactly one month before a Presidential election, my mother will walk outside and stick ten political yard signs in our grass. Without fail, each night someone comes by and tears them down, such a common Texas occurrence that the film Boyhood had an entire scene about it. While she knows that her signs will be […]
This week, in Virginia and across the country, we witnessed just how strong the feminist political movement is. Election Day was nothing short of a victory for the values and goals that we hold dear. The voters have rejected Trumpism and voted for healthcare, gun reform, and equality. We saw feminist women, many running for […]
Opportunity knocks for Democrats as the party’s front-runner candidate Democrat Jon Ossoff leads the race to fill now-Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s vacant seat in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. While Ossoff’s chances at landing the spot in Atlanta’s rural suburbs were originally thought to be a “long shot,” the former congressional staffer is […]
National Organization for Women (NOW), Feminist Majority, California Democratic Party Women’s Caucus, Gloria Allred and California NOW Call on MGM and Mark Burnett to Release Apprentice Footage LOS ANGELES— Days after the lewd 2005 recording surfaced of Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump boasting about using his power to sexually assault women, NOW, Feminist Majority, the California […]
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Thirteen women Senators lined up behind Hillary Clinton last night at a campaign event in Washington, DC to endorse her for President of the United States.
Hillary Clinton took to the stage at the Women’s Leadership Forum National Issues Conference on Friday to explain how “when we fight for women, we’re fighting for our entire country.”
Hillary Clinton comes out against the TPP, saying “As of today, I am not in favor of what I have learned about it… I don’t believe it’s going to meet the high bar I have set.”