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Rape Lasts A Lifetime

 One of the most rewarding aspects of being involved with UniteWomen.org is meeting so many amazing people.  We may have joined together through our anger at our rights being threatened and our concern for our country, but over the last four months we have laughed together, cried together and some have shared their stories for the first time in their lives.   Working to gain equality for all h...


Daily Round-Up

Wondering what's going on with the attack on women's rights?  UniteWomen.org brings you some of the latest news on many of the issues in the War on Women! Tax plan: Some would pay more Not only do those making less than $200,000 get a tax increase to pay for the tax cuts for those making more than $200,000, but the worst hurt are those filing as single. Guess who that hurts….Read Mor...


Daily Round-Up

Wondering what's going on with the attack on women's rights?  UniteWomen.org brings you some of the latest news on many of the issues in the War on Women! Lisa Brown Performs 'Vagina Monologues' On Michigan Statehouse Steps LANSING, Mich. — A state lawmaker who says she was barred from speaking in the Michigan House because Republicans objected to her saying "vagina" during debate ov...


Let Women Die Day – A Day to Remember

Let Women Die Day turned out to be June 13th.  HB 5711 just passed 70-39 with six Democrats voting yes...Charles, Brunner, Paul Clemente, Bob Constan, George Darany, Richard LeBlanc and Lesia Liss.  HB 5712 and HB 5713 will be reviewed after their summer break as they want to make sure the proposed ban after 20 weeks of pregnancy — which doesn't include an exception for rape, incest or fetal ...


Big Government Threatens Michigan Families

  Angi Becker Stevens’ piece in RH Reality Check on Jenni Lane’s story in brought me to tears. The legislation passed out of committee in Michigan last Thursday is the most extremist anti-women yet in this country. These lawmakers have no capacity for understanding what their actions do to millions of women across this country. It’s all a political game to them. Why else would ...


This is not the end…

Two weeks after Bloody Sunday, Dr. King assured a gathering of organizers, activists and community members that they should not despair because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. On March 25, 1965, having completed the third march to Montgomery, the city that gave birth to the civil rights movement, Dr. King spoke these words on the steps of the Alabama State ...


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