Just days before the general election in Tennessee, a coalition of community leaders, clergy, and advocates led a press conference encouraging women of color to vote no on Amendment 1, a dangerous and far-reaching measure on the state's ballot.
"New Jersey Next!" That's the motto of suffragists who are undertaking a bold gamble to expand out of the West and capture four big eastern states.
The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled yesterday that Texas could enforce its strict Voter ID law, despite a lower court's finding that the law was discriminatory and would likely suppress the votes of African Americans and Hispanics in Texas.
The decision immediately allows 13 clinics that had been shuttered earlier this month by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to reopen.
It's Domestic Violence Awareness Month. do you know the numbers behind the issue?
The National Woman's Party is known for its bold actions, but today's attempt to briefly occupy the Senate as a colorful protest of that body's recent rejection of the Susan B. Anthony (nationwide woman suffrage) Amendment was its most militant tactic yet.
Legendary human rights leader Dolores Huerta will be in Denver, Colorado next Friday to take a stand against proposed Amendment 67, a personhood initiative on their ballot this Fall.
In states with close races for Senate seats or highly contested ballot measures, early voting allows for a glimpse of what may be in November.
The designated day was created to raise awareness that gender inequality is still alive and well, and is worse in developing countries.
It's only the second time in 15 years that the National American Woman Suffrage Association has been able to celebrate winning "Votes for Women" in another State, so they made the most of the California victory tonight.
With less than a month before the November 4 elections, courts are weighing in on voting rights across the nation.
The full US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Thursday refused to rehear a March panel decision upholding HB 2.
From 4 AM on, suffragists waited today for a victory in California. All signs, however, did not point to victory.
Although a spokesperson for the Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights says the new complaint from the Catholic conference is under review, Rouillard has reiterated that the agency considers abortion a basic health care service.
The groups say lawmakers' insistence that anti-abortion legislation is intended to protect women's health is fundamentally flawed rhetoric.
California suffragists and anti-suffragists normally sound radically different from each other, but today both sides are making identical and equally confident predictions of victory in tomorrow's vote.