Regardless of the result on Friday, Irish women have started a rebellion, and women everywhere are grateful.
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These seminal TV shows uncritically depict Black fathers' often caustic “coaching” to prepare their sons for an inhospitable world. I know, from my own family, that cruelty isn't the way to make a man.
These books challenge readers to see young motherhood through a more honest and empowered light.
Essentially telling women at higher risk for pregnancy-related complications to simply “wrap it up" and avoid pregnancy is unacceptable.
Derisive judgments were on full display in a recent New York magazine article that ostensibly explored the campaigns of the two women—Stacey Abrams, who is Black, and Stacey Evans, who is white—running to become Georgia's Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
Civil rights groups believe that the U.S. Senate version of the bill, which establishes crimes against law enforcement as hate crimes, is significantly worse.