Tag Archive: 'womens rights'

31 Courageous Women to Celebrate Each Day of Women’s History Month

March 1, 2020 March is Women’s History Month, so all month we are celebrating an extraordinary woman revered for her courage. There are many more incredible women throughout history who deserve recognition, but here are some of our favorites. March 1: Margaret Thatcher The longest-serving and first female British prime minister of the 20th century, […]

An Interview with Kara Bell: Is the Wage Gap Real?

Our Public Relations Officer, Kara Bell, chats with Cameron Arcand from YoungNotStupid.com about the truth about the gender wage gap and life for women under the Trump administration.

Second Amendment Activist Antonia Okafor advocates for campus carry at Rutgers University

Students from Rutgers University took action into their own hands by hosting Second Amendment activist Antonia Okafor to address the urgency of allowing campus concealed carry.

5 Women You Don’t Hear About in History Class

Most have learned about Susan B. Anthony and Rosa Parks as a child, and their work was incredibly important for women and civil rights. However, have you heard of these five women?

Saudi King Lifts Driving Ban on Women

It’s a welcome victory for Saudi women in their long uphill battle against genuine patriarchal oppression.

Transgenderism Will Erase Women & Their Rights

The cognitive dissonance of the transgender movement is mind-blowing, argued Biology isn’t Bigotry panelists. Women are asked to suspend reason and to self-eradicate. They must fight back.

When Abuse of Women is Ingrained in a Culture

In clash of irreconcilable cultures, which culture will Western women choose …

Women: A World Apart

Egyptian-born Nonie Darwish issues a warning: Islam is more than a religion; it is a one party state with a very elaborate legal system called Sharia Law, and it is incompatible with democracy …