Tag: International Women’s Day

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Women’s Day Protest Groups Conflict over Race in Santa Cruz

Conflict emerged between protest groups demonstrating on International Women’s Day in downtown Santa Cruz, California on Wednesday, as a “Brown Squad” focused on racial issues faced off against a “less diverse” group of protesters.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim women mourn during a procession marking Chehlum in Islamabad, Pakistan, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Chehlum, traditionally marks a period of mourning for the death of Imam Hussain, grandson of Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)

Kelsey Harkness: Women’s Strikers Ignore Atrocities Throughout the Muslim World

Kelsey Harkness, senior news producer and reporter at the Daily Signal spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Wednesday regarding the hijacking of International Women’s Day by America’s radical feminists, as detailed in her recent article, “Why It’s ‘Devastatingly Selfish’ For Strikers To Hijack International Women’s Day.”

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Six Countries That Won’t Be Celebrating International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day, and third-wave feminists around the western world are taking the opportunity to raise awareness of the struggles that middle-class women face every day, like having to use tampons; not being able to walk around nude with just a pair of nipple tassels on; manspreading; and, of course, the phony gender pay gap. But here are six countries that won’t be celebrating today.

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Arab Twitterati Debate: Is Polygamy the Solution for Spinsters?

JAFFA, Israel – Ahead of Tuesday’s International Women’s Day, Arab social media has been abuzz with discussions about the troublesome phenomenon of “aness” (spinsters) – single women older than 35, and in some countries 30. The stigmatized phenomenon is seen as a

Women make 'Pan de Cadiz', a variety of turron mixed with dried fruits at the Turrones Primitivo Rovira factory on November 24, 2015 in Jijona, Spain.

Gender Wage Gaps In Israel Among Highest In Developed World

The Jerusalem Post reports: Gender wage gaps in Israel are among the highest in the developed world, according to a new report released by the Shoresh Institute ahead of International Women’s Day, marked annually on March 8. The report, written by

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International Women’s Day in L.A. Marches to Defeat the Genocide of Womankind

In case you forgot, Sunday was International Women’s Day. Five hundred women who gathered at the doorsteps of LAPD headquarters and marched east to the Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights carrying signs reading “Women’s rights are human rights,” “RIP PATRIARCHY” and “#ovarianpsycos,” didn’t forget.

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Obama Touts ‘Let Girls Learn’ in Weekly Address

President Obama touted the “Let Girls Learn” initiative during his weekly address on Saturday. Transcript as Follows: “Hi, everybody. Sunday is International Women’s Day — a day to celebrate remarkable women and girls worldwide, and to re-dedicate ourselves to defending

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Afghan Men Take Kabul Streets in Burqas to ‘Understand How Women Feel’

Members of the Afghanistan Volunteers Foundation organized a march through Kabul to protest for women’s rights, just days before International Women’s Day. The twenty men wore burqas, which is the traditional clothing for women in the country. https://twitter.com/trustlaw_women/status/573468380604334080 https://twitter.com/AntDeRosa/status/573854582184476672 The