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The Gary Null Show – 01.24.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary has a very important show for you today as he covers the topics of Green Tea benefits, lowering cancer risk, the studying of doctors, the middle east, a clip by the smart Abbey Martin and finally to wrap up the show Gary Null gives a powerful commentary on the Womens Rights To Gain Power.

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Leid Stories—The Women’s March on Washington: A Bridge Over Many Troubled Waters—01.23.17

The Women’s March on Washington was a massive—and historic—retort to Donald Trump’s Jan. 20 inauguration as the nation’s 45th president. More than a million people rallied the following day in Washington, D.C., and in 616 sister marches across the country and in major cities around the world, for women’s rights and to serve notice of an intention to aggressively pursue them.
Leid Stories discusses the Women’s March on Washington and the ways it could serve as a bridge over many troubled waters.

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KATIE KLABUSICH – The Feminist Movement Has A Capitalism Problem

I’m uncomfortable using capitalism as a means to attaining gender equality. We can never be equals in a system where the size of your stack is used as leverage to demand human rights. While I understand how feminists came to see the right to have a bank account and a credit card independent of a man as foundational, it’s time …

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Chris Hedges – Amnesty International: Protecting the ‘Human Rights’ of Johns, Pimps and Human Traffickers

The decision by Amnesty International’s decision-making forum, the International Council Meeting, to call for the decriminalization of prostitution is another in a long line of triumphs for heartless neoliberal economics and the grotesque commodification of human beings that defines predatory capitalism. Salil Shetty, secretary-general of Amnesty International, said: “Sex workers are one of the most marginalized groups in the world …

We Need Lots More Women in Media, New Study Finds By Kali Holloway

The Women’s Media Center issued its annual study on The Status of Women in U.S. Media [3], which examines how women are represented across multiple media platforms, including “news, literature, broadcast, film, television, radio, online, tech, gaming and social media.” Titled “Divided 2015: The Media Gender Gap,” the investigation found that women, who make up more than half of the country’s population, …

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Women’s Rights in the Workplace – Marriage Equality and LGBT Workplace Rights – 04.27.15

On the eve of the historic marriage equality arguments before the Supreme Court, Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell lead a discussion on the significance of the case, and what it means for the LGBT movement. Against this backdrop, Jack and Deborah are joined by Stefan Oxley and Karel Jaros to discuss the wider implications of any marriage equality decision by the Court, and a closer examination of LGBT anti-discrimination laws throughout the country, including in employment, public accommodations, and housing.

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Women’s Rights in the Workplace – Religious and Criminal Conviction Discrimination – 04.20.15

Can a company fire you for wearing a hijab at work? Can they make shaving your beard a condition of employment if you wear it for religious reasons? Can your employer, or a potential employer, use your criminal record or a prior arrest as a reason to fire you or as a reason to not hire you in the first place? Listen to employee rights advocates Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell answer these important and timely employment discrimination questions by downloading this episode.

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Violence Against Women: Why We Keep Getting It Wrong

With the passing of another International Women’s Day, during which much attention around the world has again been focused on tackling violence against women, I would like to explain why none of the initiatives currently being proposed will achieve anything unless we acknowledge, and act on, the cause of this violence. So let me briefly explain the fundamental cause of …