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Millions of women in developing nations still lack basic human rights, including freedom of expression, freedom of movement, and access to capital. And, while first world countries talk about the importance of women’s rights, they often do little beyond making speeches.   Not so with Sweden.   Sweden’s Foreign Minister, …

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A massive campaign to vaccinate wild horses in the American West has gained momentum, with over three-dozen advocacy groups signing on.   Over 36 wild horse advocacy groups are demanding that the human fertility control PZP vaccine is used as a substitute to removing wild horses from the range in the American West.   According […]

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The Women’s Equality Party (WE Party) came to life in the United Kingdom in the spring of 2015, and has not looked back since. The party, with its self-explanatory name, is saying, “WE are not going to wait for equality, WE are going to make it happen — now.”   The party was co-founded by […]

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Women do not get a lot of airtime in history textbooks, but there is a new effort to change that. The founder of Feminist Frequency, Anita Sarkeesian, announced that her website has launched a new project to incorporate important women into the retelling of history. Women have long been excluded in history texts. Sarkeesian intends […]

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