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We are now in the homestretch so we wanted to post the details, specifics and guidelines for the rally. Many thanks to all who have helped, donated and supported us in our efforts. Please note that the rally program will now be starting at 10:30 a.m. instead of 11:00 a.m. We are very excited and look forward to seeing you on Saturday! In Solidarity, We Are Woman

Republicans Filibuster Post-Citizens United Transparency Bill

We can do better than this! --DISCLOSE Campaign Spending Act Blocked By Senate Republicans ( Why do they not want us seeing who donated to them? Transparency will let us see who is donating where. Then we will see what Senators are being bought and paid for.

The Paycheck Fairness Act would give women a shot at making the same as men for the same work--but the Senate GOP wouldn't even allow a vote on it.Imagine a country where men don't out-earn women by almost 25%. Where parents are able to hug their daughters and tell them to aim for the moon because they might just get there. Where employers can't get away with answering women who show they’ve been getting paid less than the men with a silent shrug of the shoulders. You have just…

I remember one reader saying earlier this year that Boycotts don't work. They do. It is always easier to say that nothing works and to do nothing rather than to be active and change the world. - Kiera for We Leave No One Behind

We Are Woman: Initial Photos from the We Are Woman Rally via Rueters

April 20, 1914

We must remember that many died 4 the right to collectively bargain. April 20, 1914: State militia and company guards attack the tent city that striking coal miners set up in Ludlow, Colorado. Following a machine gun assault, they set fire to the camp. The exact number of men, women, and children who were killed that day remains unknown. In 2009, the site of the Ludlow Massacre was designated a National Historic Landmark.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s Top 10 Quotes On Marijuana: “For 3,000 years marijuana was a legitimate medication.” “The science is there. This isn’t anecdotal.” “We have been terribly and systematically misled for nearly 70 years in the United States.” “It could potentially help people who really need it and it’s not being offered.” “I cannot find the harm in it.” More....

Join Women & Girls and those who love and respect them! September 13, 2014 at the U.S. Capitol for 'We Are Woman Constitution Day Rally' - Fighting for Voter Rights & Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.