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A year after the first Women’s March, millions are still actively protesting Trump

(Source: www.vox.com)

One of the biggest concerns after the initial Women’s March demonstrations last year was whether protesters could sustain the momentum. Would people remain interested in protesting President Donald Trump’s government and the systemic sexism that… 524 more words

Lifestyle

NFL sparks new outrage after rejecting veteran group's #PleaseStand ad during Super Bowl

NEW YORK, NY — The National Football League found itself embroiled in a new controversy Tuesday after rejecting a veteran group’s ad request that their ad be run during the Super Bowl. 328 more words

Peru: PPK Survives, But Political Crisis Deepens

By Carlos Monge*

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s commutation of former President Alberto Fujimori’s prison sentence – in exchange for some fujimorista support against his impeachment by Congress on corruption charges – has thrown the country’s politics into a tailspin and increased the prospects of prolonged national crisis. 649 more words

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As you can gather from my blog name, I live on an island. You may be able to guess which one as you have Google at your fingertips, but for privacy reasons I’m not going to actively tell you. 394 more words

Life

Seattle Womxn’s March 2.0 Attracts Thousands

Saturday marked the one- year anniversary of Donald Trump’s presidency and welcomed the anticipated follow up to one of the largest demonstrations in the history of the United States. 1,474 more words

News

WBUR: You Can Now See The Posters From Boston's Women's March Online

WBUR: You Can Now See The Posters From Boston’s Women’s March Online . This is the 2017 march, not the 2018 march. “Ever wonder what happened to the signs from the Women’s March in Boston last year? 29 more words

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Women's March 2018 and the Absence of Media Coverage

Saturday marked the second annual Women’s March, held in nearly every major US city and hundreds of small towns across the country. By Monday, the event was scrubbed from news pages as the media’s collective focus fixated on the government shutdown. 888 more words

Media