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What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?

New York Times - 13 Aug 2018
“Our communications — which Reitman now claims constituted sexual harassment — were between two adults, a gay man and a queer woman, who share an Israeli heritage, as well as a penchant for florid and campy communications arising from our common ...
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How “Little Women” Got Big

The New Yorker - 20 Aug 2018
It is doubtful whether any novel has been more important to America's female writers than Louisa May Alcott's “Little Women,” the story of the four March sisters living in genteel poverty in Massachusetts in the eighteen-sixties. The eldest is Meg ...
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Letitia James Has Embraced Andrew Cuomo. Is It Worth It?

New York Times - 13 Aug 2018
After Eric T. Schneiderman suddenly resigned in May as New York's attorney general, it soon became clear that Ms. James, the New York City public advocate, was the favored choice of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to succeed him. ...
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Cuomo, Again?

New York Magazine - 20 Aug 2018
His 'pre-K for all' — 79 percent of kids outside of New York City still don't have it. It's like George Bush announcing, 'Mission ...
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Women's March 2018: NYC street closures, route, and time

Curbed NY - 18 Jan 2018
After the success of the 2017 Women's March—which saw millions of people gathering to support women's rights over the weekend of President Donald Trump's inauguration—its organizers have announced a series of anniversary events set to take place on ...
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Jill Kargman

Tablet Magazine - 13 Aug 2018
Racism, religious or sexual discrimination, sexism, none of it. In January, the headmaster said to the boys, “some of your mothers and sisters may have attended the Women's March!” Fletch was perplexed. He had been in the Women's March. He made signs.
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New York Today: The Women's March Returns

New York Times - 19 Jan 2018
“Last year was about women standing together and realizing that they're not alone,” said Katherine Siemionko, founder of the Women's March Alliance, the nonprofit that organized the New York City rally. “The message this year is marching to action ...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Women's March on NYC

Thrillist - 19 Jan 2018
Saturday's events will kick off at 11:30am with a pre-march rally at Central Park West and 61st Street, where Women's March organizer Katherine Siemionko, #MeToo creator Tarana Burke, and other speakers will stir the troops and speak out against ...
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Everything to Know About the 2018 Women's March

The Cut - 10 Jan 2018
An estimated 400,000 people participated in last year's Women's March in New York City — and this year, another march is being planned for January 20 in Manhattan to stand up for the rights of women and minorities. The New York City March is set to ...
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Here's What To Know About The 2018 Women's March

HuffPost - 15 Jan 2018
NEW YORK ― Almost a year ago, millions of women donning pink-knitted “pussy hats” made the 2017 Women's March the largest single-day protest in American history. This weekend, the event returns with the aim of re-energizing the resistance against ...
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Aretha's Bridge

NPR - 18 Aug 2018
Most remarkable was how she drew out the deep spiritual grooves of Simon's "Bridge" in March of that year at concert promoter Bill Graham's Fillmore West, a rock and roll palace where Hendrix's psychedelia and Grateful Dead jam band bacchanalia had ...
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Women's March 2018: NYC street closures, time, route

WPIX 11 New York - 19 Jan 2018
NEW YORK — A year after more than 1 million people rallied at women's marches worldwide with a message of female empowerment and protest against President Donald Trump, activists will return to the streets this weekend in hopes of converting anger ...
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The Women's March Returns to New York City

The New Yorker - 20 Jan 2018
But one of the lessons of the #MeToo moment has been that women's collective voices can have real power. Last year, I was alone in the semi-wilderness during the Women's March, and dealt with Trump's election by not speaking to another person for ...

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