Monthly Archives: March 2011

Weekly Roundup: News for Younger Women

Women’s distance runners head to California, The Daily Iowan Supreme Court to decide whether millions of female employees can sue for sex discrimination, ABC News From the triangle fire to Wisconsin, rights for women workers, Huffington Post Abortion foes target … Continue reading

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Young Americans and Social Security

Cross posted from the IWPR blog: Young Americans and Social Security By Youngmin Yi Bloggers, policy experts, and politicians are urging young Americans to care more about Social Security, whether they are asking us to love it, hate it, tweak it, … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: News for Younger Women

The War on Women’s health, Huffington Post U.S. will keep helping Afghan women, Washington Post Forty years of Women’s Liberation, The Guardian Muslim women in America speak out, Christian Science Monitor Women take center stage at women in the world … Continue reading

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100th Anniversary of Women’s International Day

Today is International Women’s day where we celebrate the political, economic and social achievements of women of the past, present and future. Today numerous events are being held around the world to inspire women and celebrate their achievements. Activities such … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup: News for Younger Women

Gosnell may face death penalty, Feministing Judge calls rapists interrogation of his victims heart wrenching, Change.org GOP’s Revised Abortion Bill Remains ‘Extremely Harmful’ to Women, Huffington Post Rise in Women’s Rights Causes a Rise in Women Smoking, EmpowHER.com Girls and … Continue reading

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