Chris Cole writes a poem titled “Backwards revolving door.”
Content categorized as Gender Equality
Michele Rochon writes an inspiring piece in honor of Women’s History Month.
Thrive DC and the Community Family Life Services are opening their second housing facility in the Kenilworth neighborhood in Northeast D.C. to help women returning from prison or struggling with addiction to have stable housing, access to mental health services, and a peer support network.
Author Jeffery McNeil reflects on his changes in his life and the divide in the United States
Aida Peery encourages everyone to vote and reminds readers of the sacrifices it took to get here.
There is a lack of services available to victims of domestic violence in Washington, D.C. A coalition of advocates assessed 22 District agencies and the D.C. Council to evaluate how they handle situations of domestic violence internally and externally.
There must be meaningful policies to end gender violence, the persistent feminization of poverty, the growing Black female prison population, restrictions to citizenship, the deportation of Black and Brown people, restrictions to health care, reproductive justice, and the ongoing war on women
Casa Ruby offers a variety of services to members of the LGBTQ community regardless of housing or immigration status
The day after the inauguration, the Women’s March on Washington brought 500,000 demonstrators to the National Mall to affirm women’s rights and for many, to protest the new Trump administration.
Hillary Clinton will defend racial equality and if elected, says lawyer and community activist Aileen Johnson.
The D.C. Council Committee on Finance and Revenue heard testimony on Sept. 28 regarding an amendent that would exempt feminine hygiene products and diapers from D.C. sales tax. Witnesses explained how this tax is an unfair burden on low-income and homeless women and families, and that feminine hygiene products should be considered a medical necessity.
I have nothing against people that may be going through changes. I work at a gym. Our company does its best not to discriminate. We… Read more »
Consuella Lopez, business owner and hairstylist, loves her work. She loves the freedom to be herself, unapologetically. “If you don’t like it, fine. I’m tired… Read more »
A Street Sense Filmmakers Co-op production in which director Cynthia Mewborn confronts both her violent past and slow-to-heal present.
A boy said, “It was cruel and unjust, a punishing thing for Eve to have been taken out of Adam’s side.” I guess I feel… Read more »
Why are politicians so worried about what a woman does with her body? A judge in the state of Louisiana recently wanted to close all… Read more »
Sexual predators might see homeless women as easy targets, but that is not the case at all. These sick and cowardly individuals should anticipate more… Read more »
Over 200 people marched in N Street Village Strong: A Community Walk, on Saturday Oct. 19. Participants were encouraged to walk next to residents from… Read more »
Domestic violence causes homelessness. And many homeless women are survivors of domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and in recognition, a nonprofit dedicated… Read more »
More than two years have passed since Myles “Lashai” McLean, a transgender woman, was fatally shot on a Northeast Washington street. But the struggle to… Read more »