Hear, hear. We don’t mince words, and we’re not at a loss for them either.
The Biden Administration’s First 100 Days and Their Impact on Women
In many ways, Biden has women — and especially women of color — to thank for his victory in the 2020 election. And by selecting the first woman and person of color to serve as Vice President and nominating a record number of women, including nine women of color, to his cabinet, the Biden Administration has signaled a willingness to prioritize women and the issues that impact us.
The COVID-19 vaccine is here, but what does this mean for pregnant people?
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in nearly 50,000 cases and more than 60 deaths among pregnant people across the United States. And these numbers will surely increase as infections continue to surge over the winter months.
Polling shows rural women support permanent paid leave and paid sick days legislation
As the United States sees an increase in COVID-19 cases across the country, millions of people are set to lose the critical benefits that Congress enacted — including emergency paid sick days and paid family leave. Three out of four rural voters support permanent legislation mandating paid sick and paid family leave programs.
It is Latinx Heritage Month and WE have Demands!
“Poderosos” is a Spanish word often used in the Latinx community to describe our power and strength. It is a word that characterizes our resilience in a country where we often experience discrimination and alienation.
It’s Past Time to Protect Our Nation's Marginalized Communities
Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month presents an opportunity to reflect on the rich history and contributions that my community has made to our country and consider what kind of a world we are creating for future generations
From Title X to the Coronavirus, the Trump Administration Is Degrading Our Health Care Safety Net
Trump administration actions have degraded the country's health care safety net placing vulnerable communities at risk.