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The Absent Feminist Part 3

Something I have been thinking about today ….. Just need to get it off my chest …..

I don’t know where I am with feminism right now. 336 more words


15 Now of Tampa Bay officially launched

Originally Published on July 20th 2014 by Jeff Roby of the St. Petersburg Green Party

On July 19, 15 community and labor activists from St. Petersburg, Tampa and Orlando gathered at St. 205 more words


Why Women have a Stake in $15/hour minimum Wage

Originally Published on March 7th 2014 by Socialist Alternative

Raising the minimum wage is actually a women’s rights issue. This year’s celebration of International Women’s Day would be incomplete without contextualizing it within the ongoing minimum wage battles across the U.S., which have already won victories in many cities, the largest win hopefully to come from Seattle’s fight for $15/hr. 174 more words


Defeating militarization, gaining hope: women as political actors

By Rosa Emilia Salamanca

Due to the armed conflict in Colombia, the effect that militarization has had on our society is profound. We have lived for so long in situations where the military has been dominant that it has become natural. 1,392 more words


UPDATED: N.B. to scrap regulation that restricts access to abortion

FREDERICTON – New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant says he will scrap a contentious regulation that restricts access to abortion in the province.

“Government will be moving forward with an amendment to 84-20 to no longer require two physicians to certify that the procedure is medically required,” Gallant said. 467 more words


The Missing Queen

By Dyuti

Conflict is a subjective reality both in terms of what the conflict is all about and also in terms of the way it is experienced. 876 more words


White Ribbon Day

I agonized a lot over whether or not to write this post. Am I ready to tell the world my story? Am I over sharing? What will my friends and family think of me? 1,345 more words