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SF Women's March 2019 :: January 19, 2019

SF Women's March 2019 :: January 19, 2019

Jan 20
The sky over San Francisco brightened up to welcome 6,000+ people to this year's Women's March. Community activists from every minority group came out to support women across the US!

Michael Moore: We Need to 'Create a World Without Harveys'

Michael Moore: We Need to 'Create a World Without Harveys'

Oct 24
At the premiere of his latest project "Flint," filmmaker Michael Moore says there's a "gender apartheid" in the United States that has to change.

Women Stripped of Membership at Harvard Social Club

Jul 8
One of Harvard's social clubs has reverted back to its traditional male-only status after nine women were stripped of their membership.

In SF Speech, Steinem Urges Women to Take Action

By Sari Staver | Mar 12
When election statistics revealed that 53 percent of white women voters pulled the lever for Donald Trump, feminist Gloria Steinem was not surprised.

Women's March Sends Message to Trump

By Sari Staver | Jan 29
From the opening remarks at the rally before the San Francisco Women's March to the rain-soaked finish down Market Street, the queer thumbprint was on the stage, in the crowd, and behind the scenes.

Women's Collective vs. 'Portlandia'

By Andy Smith | Nov 19
Now in its seventh season, IFC's "Portlandia" has helped shape America's image of Portland, Oregon, as hipster heaven. But to some, the show has crossed a line.

Witnesses Back People Writer's Account of Trump Sex Assault

By Michael Biesecker | Oct 20
People Magazine reported Tuesday that a half-dozen people have come forward to corroborate its writer's account of being sexually assaulted by Donald Trump and its aftermath.

Polish Women Hail Victory in Abortion Standoff and Seek More

By Vanessa Gera | Oct 8
Polish women are declaring victory in a dramatic showdown that pitted them against an anti-abortion group and the conservative government this week.

Tech Confab Aims to Empower Lesbians

By Sari Staver | Mar 20
Lesbians working in technology, still greatly outnumbered by men in the workplace, are often "smarter" than many co-workers because they have developed emotional intelligence, according to Roseanne Malfucci.

Group: Ruling May Leave Louisiana with 1 Abortion Clinic

By Cain Burdeau | Feb 28
Abortion services in Louisiana will be restricted to one clinic in New Orleans unless the U.S. Supreme Court reverses an appellate court ruling, an abortion rights group said.

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