Supreme Court saves DACA
President Donald Trump tweeted his disfavor and urged the public to reelect him.
The Supreme Court holds DACA hearing
The Supreme Court held a hearing on DACA yesterday to decide the fate of 700,000 people who bought to this […]
Rage Brought Women Together at Washington Square Park
Hoffenberg said that a year ago, she never would have guessed that she’d be on the ground organizing against a Supreme Court nominee like Kavanaugh
Hours after Kavanaugh confirmation, hundreds protest in NYC
Protesters stand in solidarity against Kavanaugh confirmation
“I am energized.”
Protesters mourn Kavanagh confirmation in Washington Square Park
Voting is the only answer, they said.
Some men not swayed by allegations of sexual assault
Their minds are already made up.
Trauma and anger fuel some women to fight against Kavanagh’s nomination
The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) reports that every year, nearly 400,000 children and adults are victims of sexual assault. As rampant as the issue is, only a handful – about six in 1,000 – perpetrators are sentenced to prison.
Conservative women’s support for Judge Kavanaugh remains strong
According to a recent NBC Poll 70 percent of Republican women support the judge despite the sexual assault allegations.
LGBTQ hero Edith Windsor celebrated in moving service
Mourners held their heads down, sniffled back tears, held hands or embraced loved ones as they entered the funeral service.