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Building coalitions to solve problems

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Building coalitions to solve problems is what women do best, Harrington asserts: This is where women shine—working with the community and trying to listen. You can’t go in and just say, ‘This is the way it happened and this is the way it’s going to be.’ You have to go in and you have to listen. You have to let

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Images from Ferguson,Missouri, have filled TV and computer screens around the country since the tragic killing of Michael Brown bypolice officer Darren Wilson—everywhere we’ve looked we’ve seen vulnerability and anger, chaos and peaceful resistance, tragedy and triumph. But we couldn’t help but notice there seems to be one thing missing in the deluge of photos and videos: There are next

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Scroll down a little further though, and you’ll discover that the only times it’s appropriate to catcall a woman, according to Playboy, are a) if the female in question is literally a cat, and b) if “you know her and have both consensually agreed to shout sexually suggestive comments to each other in public.” To that we say, well done! Don’t

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The Courts Aren’t Falling Into TRAPs

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Two rulings last week in Texas and Louisiana prove that, at least for now, some judges aren’t buying into the deceptive rationale used by right-wing lawmakers who enact TRAP (Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers) laws. Late Sunday evening, a federal district court issued an injunction against a Louisiana law that would have required abortion-providing doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals. The