UW-Madison Campus

Rutgers University professor discusses progress, room to improve in women’s rights movements

Activism should be intersectional, speaker says

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The ramifications of anti-choice sentiment even further-reaching than it may seem

Gov. Evers vetoing bills limiting access to abortion is a good step but there's much more to do

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Women should not have to defend decisions they make about their own bodies

New allegations against Dr. John Siebert disheartening, but unfortunately, not surprising

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Sen. Leah Vukmir’s hyper-partisanship detrimental for Wisconsin citizens

Focused more on being seen as conservative than fighting for her beliefs, Vukmir has revealed too many contradictions

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This November, it’s on voters to rebrand a presently twisted Senate

Republicans aim to erode, dismantle women's rights, it's on voters to step up

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There is no room for ‘anti-feminism’ in college – all women directly benefit from feminism

Activists throughout history have fought tirelessly, successfully, for gender equality, but there are still battles to be won

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International fight for equal pay is advancing, with or without the U.S.

In the wake of 'Day Without Women,' Iceland becomes first country to mandate equal pay for equal work

City of Madison

A Day Without Women: Madison community marches to advocate for women’s rights

Activists use International Women's Day as springboard for national strike

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Mandatory paid maternity not a revolutionary idea, but necessary nevertheless

Trump's proposal a step in the right direction for mothers who deserved paid maternity leave years ago

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin politicians promote joint resolution affirming right to abortion care

'Abortion is Health Care Resolution' emphasizes need for medically-based legislation