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Women need more than me too hashtag, they need to protest again

Coming off my post on Monday about the lack of outrage by women over the Harvey Weinstein revelations, I was struck by the argument that he had no power so why march or demonstrate. 429 more words

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Charlottesville White Supremacists Are On the Wrong Side of History | National Organization for Women

Source: Charlottesville White Supremacists Are On the Wrong Side of History | National Organization for Women

Statement of NOW President Toni Van Pelt

08.12.2017

The white supremacists who launched a brutal protest against the city of Charlottesville, Virginia’s plan to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E.

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Colina L. Fischer Jordan Seeley – My Feminist Activist Partner 1928-2017

On Sunday, July 30 I received an email that my close friend Colina Jordan Seeley had died in Wilkes-Barre, PA from complications of a stroke.  She was an 89-year old fireball.  1,463 more words

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#ImNotWatchingTheNFL

Here we are, going into the first week of July.  Baseball is getting ready for its All Star game, and many of my friends are all bitching on social media how they can’t wait for football season to start, because baseball is “too slow”.  1,385 more words

Happy "National Organization For Women" Day

On this day in history, 28 women (later an additional 21 women and men), came together to fight against sexual and gender discrimination. Their mission was simple, “We, men and women who hereby constitute ourselves as the National Organization for Women, believe that the time has come for a new movement toward true equality for all women in America, and toward a fully equal partnership of the sexes, as part of the world-wide revolution of human rights now taking place within and beyond our national borders”. 193 more words

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June 30

1966: The National Organization for Women (NOW) is founded. NOW was founded at the Third National Conference of Commissions on the Status of Women by 28 women. 588 more words

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