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The Year To Be Queer

Of all the images that have poured in since the election – global marches, protest signs, memes, videos – my favorite by far is of this one: a group of around 200 queer people overtaking the Vice President’s Washington DC neighborhood wearing their queer regalia, sweaty and dancing in crowds on the streets, twerking on cars, and asserting their right ...

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Hillary Clinton Shows Support For Anti-Muslim Ban Protesters

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tweeted her support for people protesting at airports across the country against President Donald Trump’s executive order  blocking the entry of Syrian refugees and imposing a de facto ban on travelers coming from several Muslim-majority countries. “This is not who we are,” Clinton, who ran against Trump in the 2016 election, tweeted. I stand ...

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Dems Come Out To Airports Around The Country To Support Muslims, Refugees

For the second time in a week, Donald Trump sparked large-scale protests across the country, this time for an executive order that targeted Muslims and refugees . But unlike the Women’s March that took place the day after his inauguration, however, Saturday’s protests at airports across the country were attended by elected officials eager to help channel the umbrage over the detention ...

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Americans Are Using #WeTooAreAmerica To Share Their Immigration Stories

WORLDPOST “My father escaped the Nazi occupation by coming to US by visa… Grateful that the immigration policy saved his life – & mine.” 01/29/2017 12:42 am ET President Donald Trump’s major decisions on immigration this week have sparked both physical protests and social media firestorms. In the week since taking office, Trump has signed executive orders calling for an expansion of ...

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There Is Still Work Ahead For Workplace Equity

Eight years ago today, landmark legislation was enacted in the name of women’s equality activist Lilly Ledbetter to advance equal pay. Today’s anniversary is a reminder that while we’ve made strides to end pay inequality, the persistence of the gender and racial wage gap means we’ve got much more work to do. According to the National Women’s Law Center , female ...

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Here's How You Can Attend Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds' Public Memorial Service

Three months after Carrie Fisher  and Debbie Reynolds  died within a day of each other, their adoring public will get a chance to mourn the Hollywood icons in a memorial service open to all.  Seating will be first-come, first-serve, although there will be room for overflow.  “On Saturday, March 25th, there will be a public memorial for my Mother, Debbie Reynolds, and ...

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Trump Continues Assault On Media, Calls New York Times 'Fake News'

President Donald Trump continued his “war” on the media Saturday by attacking The New York Times and The Washington Post in a series of typo-ridden tweets . Trump, who has repeatedly lashed out at the Times in the past, accused the newspaper of being “fake news” and “dishonest.” The failing @nytimes has been wrong about me from the very beginning. Said I would ...

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Justin Trudeau Just Brutally Trolled Trump In The Best Way Possible

As Donald Trump is disgracing our nation in the eyes of the world with his unconstitutional and horrifyingly discriminatory Muslim ban while closing our doors to thousands of refugees fleeing unimaginable violence, our northern neighbors are showing the world how a democratic nation is supposed to behave. In a series of tweets timed too specifically to be anything but a ...

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The ACLU Just Sued Trump Over Unconstitutional Muslim Ban

The hateful and idiotic executive action signed by President Donald Trump banning people from Muslim countries from entering the United States is being challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) who are personally suing Trump, and others, on behalf of two individuals impacted by the order . The individuals in question, Hameed Khalid Darweesh and Haider Sameer Abdulkhaleq Alsha ...

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The First Refugee Trump Denied Entry To Helped Save American Lives

Donald Trump’s executive order restricting the entry of Muslims from seven Muslim-majority nations and immediately ending the refugee resettlement program has left hundreds of people in limbo. Unaccompanied or orphan children set to be placed with American foster families are being forced to remain in refugee camps. Students travelling while studying at American universities found they were denied entry. Green ...

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