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Careful with these #MeToo Movements

Careful with these #MeToo Movements

Recently, I was trying in all earnest to learn as much about the #MeToo movement as possible. I believe it is of integrity and respect for one to learn as much about whatever movements as possible. 439 more words

Political Correctness

Powers presents Council proclamation to Stuyvesant Town female Boy Scout

Sydney Ireland, the female Boy Scout from Stuyvesant Town, who so far has been unable to get her accomplishments from over the past decade and rank formally recognized by her organization, was instead recognized on Tuesday evening with a proclamation from the City Council. 225 more words

Stuyvesant Town

A Threat to the Peace of the State

Where is the van full of chunky red headed women who should be screeching to a halt outside the church of asylum, scurrying out of black vans in black tactical gear? 77 more words

History

Cuomo Clinches Major Women's Endorsement—Despite Possible Cynthia Nixon Challenge

As actress Cynthia Nixon continues to mull a gubernatorial bid, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his running mate Lieutenant Gov. Kathy Hochul have clinched an endorsement from a prominent national women’s organization. 1,253 more words

Girls

Students and Faculty learn why Equal means Equal

Faculty and students gathered Thursday night for a viewing of the documentary Equal Means Equal by director, writer and producer Kamala Lopez, which offers an unflinching look into women’s rights, as part of Women’s History month. 1,132 more words

UCF

“Allowing a doctor, nurse or other healthcare workers to deny medical care that goes against their so-called moral or religious beliefs would do tremendous harm, not only to individuals suffering from a medical emergency but to the fabric of society itself.

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National Organization For Women

ST girl recognized as Boy Scout after 11 years of Scouting

By Sabina Mollot

Since the age of four, Sydney Ireland knew that she wanted to be a Boy Scout. It didn’t matter that she wasn’t a boy. 917 more words

Stuyvesant Town