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By Melissa Batchelor Warnke Donald “Grab ’Em By the Pussy” Trump is proving to be just as cruel a president as reproductive-rights advocates feared. In the course of his campaign, Trump transformed himself into a rigid pro-life candidate; chose a vice president who had, as a Representative, written an amendment to defund Planned Parenthood; and […]
By Emma Swislow Loretta Ross, a human and women’s rights activist who helped coin the term “reproductive justice,” spoke about the origins of the reproductive justice movement and how it can be used to dismantle white supremacy on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Her talk was part of Reproductive Justice Week, which was hosted by the Women […]
By Cyndi Suarez Over the last few years, NPQ has written about nonprofits employing workers “under conditions that keep the workers in poverty.” This is particularly prominent in certain fields, such as personal-care aides, which is on track to become the fastest-growing over the next 10 years, as the number of people in the U.S. over 65 is expected to […]
By Ai-Jen Poo Every morning, two separate workforces, heading in opposite directions, cross paths. One, the larger and formal workforce of around 100 million women and men across the United States, leaves its homes for its workplaces – an office, a worksite, a studio. They are employees, freelancers and contractors that drive the American economy […]