At the convention, AWSA President William Dudley Foulke delivered a powerful speech in which he reminded the assembly that “the just powers of government are derived from the consent of the governed,” a principle violated with the vote denied to female citizens.
Faith Neumann: “If one group is subjugated, we all are.”
In its Hobby Lobby decision, the Supreme Court male majority betrays the many ways in which it trusts the corporations and not the people.
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Two women suing investment bank Goldman Sachs now want their case to have broader class-action status. They allege a boys’ club office culture. The Wall Street titan says the complaint lacks merit.
Small employers must find space, with electricity — and big employers like McDonalds and Walmart already have checkered histories.
A regressive definition of rape highlights the country’s stubbornly traditional attitudes toward women.
The Egyptian government is modernizing its sexual harassment law. These men say that’s not enough.
The case of Marlise Muñoz fits a terrible pattern of state interventions in women’s pregnancies.