Profits vs. Puerto Rican Lives: Trump Admin Blocks Aid from Reaching Devastated Island; Yemenis Suffer “Silent Deaths” as Saudi Arabia Refuses Human Rights Probe in Deadly U.S.-Backed War; Nobel Peace Prize Winners Call for U.N. Security Council to Protect Rohingya from Attacks in Burma; Muhammad Yunus on Achieving a World with Zero Poverty, Zero Unemployment … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – April 3, 2017

Lucy Jane Bledsoe, author of the novel, A Thin Bright Line. Based on the (partially imagined) life of her aunt, Lucybelle Bledsoe, the novel weaves McCarthyism, climate change, civil rights and pre-Stonewall gay life into a rich tapestry. The New York Times calls it “an intimate and humane evocation of day-to-day life under inhumane circumstances.” … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – December 21, 2015

The United Nations recently sent a team of experts to the US to look at the state of women’s rights.  They described the inequities they found as shocking and in several key respects far worse than other developed countries, worse even than in some developing countries.  We talk with Frances Raday, a member of that … Continued


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