On Tuesday, the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to grant a request from the Trump administration to allow it to temporarily enforce restrictions on transgender people serving in the United States military, though they did not agree to review the legality of the new policy. Justices Ruther Bader Ginsburg, Stephen G. Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan […]
At the Women’s’ Dinner on Wednesday, January 6th, the Artist Journey Allen space on Broad Street was packed with femmes.
A New Exhibit at Tulane’s Newcomb museum features gorgeous collaborations between artists and formerly incarcerated women.
The Violence Policy Center recently released a new report on women killed by men. In South America, these killings are known as “femecidios,” or femicides.
Dr. Takeisha Davis, CEO of New Orleans East Hospital received national recognition on Monday. Dr. Davis was named by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the “143 Women Leaders of Hospital and Health Systems to Know.” According to the New Orleans Hospital East’s website, Dr. Davis is a New Orleans native who has spent the last decade […]
A profile of five rising women poets in New Orleans that includes their work, links to their sites, headshots and interviews.
The population clock has hit 7.54 billion people, and the atmospheric carbon count has topped 400 parts of carbon dioxide per million.
According to new figures released by The Data Center on Friday, people of color are disproportionately hired for positions that pay less than $15/hr.
On the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, Mayor Latoya Cantrell issued a statement saying that the “stigma and shame” of sex work “put lives at risk.”
“I don’t have any faith in the whites in power responding in the right way … they’ll treat us like they did our Japanese brothers and sisters in World War II. They’ll throw us into concentration camps. The Wallaces and the Birchites will take over. The sick people and the fascists will be strengthened. They’ll […]
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