A convicted murderer is establishing another reputation for herself–this time as an advocate for women in prison and their children. She’s speaking out for the need for parenting classes for mothers behind bars and scholarships for their children.
Community and private organizations are taking up the challenge to bring underserved girls across the digital divide. The need is great, according to a recent study, and for those who are making it to the other side, the rewards are mega.
A new organization of fathers has awarded a Michigan school official for his consistent efforts to level the playing field for girls’ sports. The event is part of Dads and Daughters, a campaign to make the world a more equitable place for female children.
Indigenous women from Alaska to Australia believe the language of official U.N. documents must be changed to include them specifically. Doing so, they believe, will permit them to enter debates with their tribal leaders and national governments.
In light of the extensive news coverage of the June 28 Supreme Court decision involving abortion procedures, WEnews is reposting our June 2 report of a speech by the Nebraska doctor who brought the case.
Federal assistance to millions of women caring for family members will be up for grabs after this fall’s elections. Leading experts have a plan to expand welfare law to cover all who care for dependents.
More than baseball, tax-filing anxiety may be the thing that unitesAmericans each spring. But most of us believe that if we just fill out theforms and get them filed by April 15th, we’ll be okay. The Internal RevenueService targets the rich and the big corporations, right? After all, that’swhere the real money is. You would think.It ain’t necessarily so.