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Barbara Ransby 18h
Our beautiful red-clad striking teachers are everywhere - in the wind and rain, undeterred.
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Everytown Oct 17
Every country has domestic abusers, but only in America do they have easy access to firearms. As a result, women in the U.S. are 21 times more likely to die by firearm homicides than women in other high-income nations.
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Women's March 11h
The Emoluments Clause is just as real as the Impeachment Clause— both written in our Constitution to protect us from corrupt leaders like you, Trump.
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Women's March 12h
🗣🗣The Only ‘Extreme’ Abortion Position Is One Taking Away Access to Health Care
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Colleen Flanagan 17h
Kimberly Hale of El Paso Texas speaks on the horrors happening in Trumps concentration camp. Fighting back tears
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Women's March 12h
The clock is ticking. We must continue to rise up every chance we get until Trump is removed. Join a massive week of action in D.C. from November 2-11 to demand Trump’s removal. Sign up to plug-in:
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Women's March 15h
The lesson of 2017? Resistance works.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal 16h
So proud of my fabulously talented fellow Washingtonian - thank you for living and leading with integrity, and speaking up against the administration's zero humanity family separation policy. 👊🏾
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Ms. Magazine 16h
October 21, 1915: Children will definitely be marching in what’s planned to be the biggest suffrage parade in New York City’s history the day after tomorrow. Today in :
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Women's March 17h
The call for impeachment grew out of Women’s March’s legacy of resistance to Trump. We started the day after his inauguration with 4 million Americans-women and allies- who marched to make clear that Trump does not belong in our White House.
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Women's March 19h
If you're reading this, ending period poverty is on you! h/t
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Rewire.News 19h
Democratic presidential candidates can make a winning issue if they give progressive voters something to fight for. The Demand Justice shortlist demonstrates there is no shortage of legal champions of progressive values from whom to choose.
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Women's March Oct 20
Remember to join us and on tonight’s mass call at 8pmE to . We’ll be discussing what you can do next in the movement to impeach Trump and put democracy back in the hands of the people. Sign up at this link
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End Rape on Campus Oct 20
Surviving sexual violence often isn't the worst part for survivors - it's surviving the retraumatization of the institutional betrayal felt after the fact. Survivors need to be believed, heard and trusted to make significant change to our harmful culture.
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CREDO Mobile Oct 20
ICYMI – "Just because we restrict access and we put barriers in the way of people when it comes to abortion access, it doesn’t mean people won’t find ways of having abortions."
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Rewire.News Oct 19
Sara Robinson writes about Trump & the danger of brittle male egos in positions of power: "we are now living day-to-day with a thin-skinned tyrant whose primal fear of laughter puts us all at mortal risk."
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Lucy Flores Oct 19
What’s happening in Chile isn’t getting much media attention but it’s an ominous sign of what’s to come if we don’t get global wealth inequality under control. A subway fare increase of .16 is the straw that broke the camel’s back in Chile.
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By the People 🍑 Impeach Now Oct 18
Replying to @by_the_ppl
Join these brave activists on our mass call this Sunday night (8:30 pm ET, 5:30 pm PT) to talk about next steps in the movement of everyday Americans disrupting, protesting, & taking bold action to win impeachment. Sign up: . It's up to us to .
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Ms. Magazine Oct 19
Fat is a feminist issue.
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Alice Wong Oct 19
"... I think what’s great about... decolonizing disability cultures, is to open yourself up to different ways of being, and that way, open yourself up to different ways of both creating poetry and accessing poetry." -
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