Over 60 Organizations Demand Justice For NYC Mom In Open Letter to Mayor

Over 60 Organizations Demand Justice For NYC Mom In Open Letter to Mayor

Hon. Bill de Blasio City Hall New York, NY 10007 Commissioner William J. Bratton One Police Plaza New York, NY 10038 Dear Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Bratton: The undersigned community organizations work with communities in New York City and around the country. We are writing to express our outrage and concerns over the ongoingRead more about Over 60 Organizations Demand Justice For NYC Mom In Open Letter to Mayor[…]

Doubtful Rape?

Doubtful Rape?

Sorry to interrupt the very pertinent social commentary about the authenticity of Beyonce’s newfound feminism, but it turns out that the two teenage cousins who were raped and lynched in Badaun, Uttar Pradesh this past May weren’t actually raped at all. Well, not necessarily gang-raped as first reported, but rather “doubtfully” raped. Make sense? Now,Read more about Doubtful Rape?[…]

Blurred Lines of Justice: Defining A Culture of Equality for the 21st Century

Blurred Lines of Justice: Defining A Culture of Equality for the 21st Century

How do you change society without changing the subparts of how society constructs its social perspective? Whenever there is a case of severe violence against a woman we hear the chants of “No More.” No more rape, no more domestic violence, no more dishonor killings, no more slavery, no more unequal pay, no more. Subsequently,Read more about Blurred Lines of Justice: Defining A Culture of Equality for the 21st Century[…]