Gillette has once again stirred controversy – with this body-positive post on Twitter.
On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, congressional candidate Antoine Pierce spoke at a rally in support of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Last week, the House of Representatives voted to reauthorize the 25-year-old Violence Against Women Act, which helps to fund programs for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. But just one month after celebrating women during Women’s History Month, all of Louisiana’s Republican representatives joined most other House Republicans in voting against the reauthorization, at the […]
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and that’s something that Mayor LaToya Cantrell takes seriously. “Since we’ve been here at City Hall, we have had to address it head-on,” Cantrell says in a video posted to Facebook last Friday. Cantrell’s administration maintains a zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment or, “anything that creates a toxic or […]
Alabama legislatures have proposed a law that would make getting an abortion at any stage of pregnancy punishable by up to 99 years in prison.
Adrienne Hillard* had never had a problem with sex. Actually, she was often told that she liked it a little too much.
Seven Republicans joined House Democrats in voting to approve this bill; unfortunately, none of them were from Louisiana.
In early March, NASA announced that it was planning to conduct the first-ever spacewalk with an all-female crew. Unfortunately, the space agency canceled that historic event yesterday. It turns out, they don’t have enough spacesuits that fit the astronauts. For the record, that would be two. Astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain were scheduled to […]
In February 2018, Homeland Security officials reported a 50 percent increase in the number of human trafficking cases in New Orleans over the previous year.
In a plan to unite the working women of New Orleans, NOHWA is working with the New Orleans Peoples’ Assembly to organize a mass march for justice.
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