A protester holds a sign at the Lincoln Memorial to rally before the second annual Women's March in D.C. celebrating women's rights on Jan. 20, 2018. (Michael A. McCoy/The Washington Informer)
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OP-ED: Hands that Rock the Cradle Poised to Rock Trump

WASHINGTON INFORMER — The Women’s March 2019 returns to the District, Saturday, Jan. 19, for a day of protest, solidarity and soul-searching […read more]

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The Women’s Leadership Gap

(American Progress) – Women make up a majority of the U.S. population. Women are 50.8 percent of the U.S. population. They earn almost 60 percent of undergraduate degrees and 60 percent of all master’s degrees. They earn 47 percent of all law degrees and 48 percent of all Read More

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To Be Equal: The Empowerment of Women

By Marc Morial NNPA Columnist   “So please ask yourself: What would I do if I weren’t afraid? And then go do it.” Sheryl Sandberg In a stroke of marketing genius befitting the Chief Operating Officer of the social media phenomenon, Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg chose Women’s Read More

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Women are Wired Differently

By Cheryl Pearson-McNeil NNPA Columnist   As I write, Chaka Khan’s empowering “I’m Every Woman” loops in my head – like a soundtrack. (By the way, have you seen her lately? All slim, trim and more fabulous than ever).  It’s Women’s History Month and the lyrics to Read More

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Onion’s Apology is Not Accepted

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist   In the midst of the Academy Awards drama on Sunday, February 24, one of the Onion’s writers (we don’t know who he is – I doubt a “she” would have stooped so low), described the lovely and talented child Read More

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Ending Violence Against Women

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist March is the official month to “discuss” women and it could not arrive too soon.  What is sad about both Black History Month (February) and International Women’s Month (March) is that too many of us think that those are Read More