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Billionaires are now richer than 60 percent of the world’s population: report 20.1.2020 Raw Story
The world’s billionaires have doubled in the past decade and are richer than 60 percent of the global population, the charity Oxfam said Monday. It said poor women and girls were at the bottom of the scale, putting in “12.5 billion hours of unpaid care work each and every day,” estimated to be worth at […]
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Could a woman defeat Donald Trump? What political science research says 16.1.2020 Raw Story
U.S. presidential candidates Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren got into a fight this week. Warren reported that Sanders had, in a 2018 meeting, told her that he didn’t believe a woman could win over President Trump in the 2020 election. Sanders denied he said it. But the two raised a question that many Americans […]
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A Truly Antiwar Agenda Must Include Free College and Medicare for All 16.1.2020
A Truly Antiwar Agenda Must Include Free College and Medicare for All
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NY Times Compares Textbooks, Accidentally Confesses to Bernie-Style Bias 14.1.2020 NewsBusters
Big news on the...textbook front? The front page of Monday’s New York Times was dominated by the results of education reporter Dana Goldstein’s examination of differences between history textbooks approved for California students, and those given to students in Texas: “Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.”  This paragraph was unintentionally revealing of the paper’s Bernie Sanders-style economics bias and obsession with “inequality”: "California’s curriculum materials, by contrast, sometimes read like a brief from ...
Two states. Eight textbooks. Two American stories. 13.1.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.
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California’s Indigenous History Is a Story of Genocide and Resistance 12.1.2020
An Achomawi basket-maker, photographed in California circa 1923.
Award-winning author Benjamin Madley discusses Indigenous genocide, resistance and survival in California.
Women now outnumber men on U.S. payrolls 11.1.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
Women got the lion's share of new jobs in December and now outnumber men on U.S. payrolls. This unusual situation reflects the growth of industries like health care where women dominate.
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How to raise money for Australia by running here in Denver 9.1.2020 Denver Post: Local
Runners around the world raising money for victims of the fires in Australia.
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If Democrats nominate a woman for president, don’t try to make predictions about how she’ll do 8.1.2020 Raw Story
Four women remain out of an original six in the Democratic primary for president: Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and activist Marianne Williamson. They may face a harder road than the men in the race. Research on candidates has shown that women encounter a number of obstacles in a political campaign. […]
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Unemployment pushes more men to take on female-dominated jobs 8.1.2020 Raw Story
In the last few decades, many high-paying jobs that are mostly done by men – like manufacturing – have contracted or disappeared. At the same time, many jobs in fields dominated by women – like education and health care – have significantly increased. In fact, female-dominated jobs have some of the highest projected job and […]
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WATCH: Michelle Williams, Best Speech Of 2020 Golden Globes 7.1.2020 Crooks Liars
Michelle Williams is expecting a baby. And last night she won a Golden Globe (best actress in a limited series) for her work in "Fosse/Verdon." She said this: When you put this [award] in someone's hands you're acknowledging the choices they make as an actor. Moment by moment, scene by scene, day by day. But you're also acknowledging the choices they make as a person. The education they pursued, the training they sought, the hours they put in. I'm grateful for the acknowledgment of the choices I've made and I'm also grateful to have lived in a moment in our society where choice exists, because as women and as girls, things can happen to our bodies that are not our choice. I've tried my very best to live a life of my own making, and not just a series of events that happened to me. But one that I could stand back and look at and recognize my handwriting all over. Sometimes messy and scrawling, sometimes careful and precise. But one that I had carved with my own hand. And I wouldn't have been able to do ...
What everyone should know about Reconstruction 150 years after the 15th Amendment’s ratification 6.1.2020 Raw Story
I’ll never forget a student’s response when I asked during a middle school social studies class what they knew about black history: “Martin Luther King freed the slaves.” Martin Luther King Jr. was born in 1929, more than six decades after the time of enslavement. To me, this comment underscored how closely Americans associate black […]
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Trump Judicial Adviser’s Dark Money Network Hides Supreme Court Spending 3.1.2020
A gavel sits on top of money
The Judicial Crisis Network has spent millions of dollars to confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court picks.
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Grim and hopeful global trends to watch in 2020 — and fold into a zine 3.1.2020 Minnesota Public Radio: News
There's cause for pessimism and optimism in the year ahead as our expert sources share their predictions. Plus: Print and fold your own global trends zine.
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Rojava’s Revolution Begins in the Classroom 2.1.2020
Rojava’s Revolution Begins in the Classroom
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Women Farmworkers Fight to Secure Their Rights and End Sexual Harassment 30.12.2019
Two women pick cotton in a field
Members of the first national women’s farmworker organization in the U.S. discuss their experiences.
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UN Peacekeepers Engaged in Widespread Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Haiti 29.12.2019
UN Peacekeepers Engaged in Widespread Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Haiti
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Congressional Oversight Claimed Important Victories in 2019. Here Are the Top 5. 26.12.2019
Congressional Oversight Claimed Important Victories in 2019. Here Are the Top 5.
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How War Targets the Young 19.12.2019
At home or abroad, the “war on terror” has also been a war on youth and ...
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CU Boulder engineering student diversity grows, but challenges remain 15.12.2019 Denver Post: News: Local
CU Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science is seeking to buck a decades-long trend of science, technology, engineering and math fields being predominantly white and male.
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