Women are speaking out about attacks, harassment and the tepid official response at Australian universities, and facing a backlash from a hypermasculine society.
Run 4 All Women was born in the early weeks of 2017, right before the inauguration, as many of us worried about what the future would hold. I was searching for a way to reconcile the frustration and fear I felt; was there a way to affect real change?
The answer came in the form of an idea: run from my home in Harlem to Washington D.C. and raise money for Planned Parenthood. We planned on keeping it small, just a few friends in a borrowed car, running every day and stopping each night. The goal was to raise as much money as we could and arrive in time for the Women’s March.
That, as they say, was the PLAN…
Source: Run 4 All Women
Handel is not breaking a glass ceiling in that Georgia has sent several women to Congress. But she is the first Republican from Georgia to be elected to Congress.
Handel will become just the 22nd GOP female lawmaker in the 435-member House, not including nonvoting delegates. Overall, there are 104 women in the House.
In the Senate, there are 21 women, including five Republicans…
El Al loses case brought by Holocaust survivor asked to move after ultra-orthodox man refused to sit next to her
As senators struggle to develop a health care bill, their handiwork appears to be too moderate for some Senate conservatives and too conservative for some Senate moderates. The latest version, without the abortion-coverage prohibition and with steep Medicaid cuts, may prove unacceptable to some in both camps. To pass it, Senate leaders can afford to lose only two Republican votes of the 52 in the chamber…
Last week, Senator Kamala Harris, a Democrat from California, made headlines when Republican senators interrupted her at a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee while she interrogated Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The clip of the exchange went viral; journalists, politicians and everyday Americans debated what the shushing signified about our still sexist culture…
For decades, Barbie’s boy achieved icon status by being a basic, buff, blue-eyed bro. But as Caity Weaver discovered, he’s a whole new man. (Well, men.)
Tickets On Sale Now!
on APRIL 28, 2017
Join the AAGPBL and the Tampa Yankees, for A League of Their Own Tribute Night, celebrating 25 years of “A League of Their Own,” the movie. A portion of the ticket proceeds will go back to the Women’s Sports Museum. Women’s Sports Museum is proud to be associated with this fantastic event!
Source: Tickets On Sale Now! – WSM