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International Women’s Day Takes on Special Meaning in Trump Era(Comments Off on International Women’s Day Takes on Special Meaning in Trump Era)

March 8, 2017

International Women’s Day Takes on Special Meaning in Trump Era by Leah Barth, WAND DC Intern Throughout history, women have made considerable sacrifices to improve social, economic, and political structures around the world. Unfortunately, women’s accomplishments and struggles are repeatedly overlooked, and we rarely receive the recognition and compensation that we deserve. Although there have […]

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WAND at the Women’s March on Washington

WAND members are marching today in the Women’s March on Washington and in sister marches across the nation, including Boston, Oregon, Minnesota, and many others! If you can’t join the Women’s March of any of the sister marches you can still join in! Watch live on YouTube! Facebook live here. Periscope here. You can share […]

WAND at the Women’s March on Washington

WAND is proud to be an official partner of the Women’s March on Washington and is spearheading an effort to raise visibility of nuclear weapons dangers at the march! Join us as we march in solidarity for “Women for the Human Race, Not a New Arms Race.” See details below! Women have a long history […]

State Lawmakers Call for Cabinet Nominees to Embody Civilian Leadership Free From Conflicts of Interest

For Immediate Release January 12, 2017 State Lawmakers Call for Cabinet Nominees to Embody Civilian Leadership Free From Conflicts of Interest General Mattis Requires Congressional Waiver to Serve as Defense Secretary Questions Persist About His Financial Ties to Defense Contractors Washington, DC – Today, the U.S. House and U.S. Senate considered the nomination of General James […]


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