Women

Nika Knight, staff writer
Flags in front of the United Nations' headquarters in New York.
Since President Donald Trump's November election, there has been a wave of hate incidents nationwide —and now he's chosen a leader from one group that has itself espoused violence to represent the U.S. on the international stage. Earlier this week, the State Department announced that representatives from infamous anti-LGBTQ hate group the Center...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
With Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing set to begin in...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
A new initiative aims to to address what it describes as a "disturbing spike in...

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Waving frying pans, Moroccan women protested outside Parliament this week demanding the resignation of Islamist premier Abdelilah Benkirane after he urged women to stay home and respect the “sacred status God gave” mothers, asking, “Don’t you realize that when women went to work outside, the light went out of their homes?" After the protest came a Twitter campaign: #AnaMachiTria - I Am Not A Chandelier.