So how far have women come in America, really?
Women abuse other women in prison.
Married women are arguably less healthy than single women.
A record number of women faced off against other women, from Arizona to New York.
So show up for women of colour and for black women.
Of these, 210 Democratic women and 63 Republican women remained nominees by Election Day.
The share of non-Hispanic Asian women who reported this was similar to that of non-Hispanic white women, at 41.5%.
In Canada, indigenous women make 65 cents on the dollar and women of color in general make 67 cents on the dollar.
With a few races still undecided, the new Congress will have at least 105 Democratic women and 19 Republican women.
Placed in the mouths of socially prominent women, the orations also defend the right of women to exercise political authority.
Their conversation takes in the invisibility of older women in society; the subtle ways in which women are silenced; and the way women police themselves.
Most women don’t enter fields that require years of graduate-school education, but all women have benefitted from having larger numbers of women in those fields.
…as a self-evident right for women in Finland, which has one of the highest rates of employment for women in Europe, with about nine-tenths of Finnish women employed full-time.
"This is rooted in ancient scapegoating of women, of doing everything to undermine women in the public arena, women with their own voices, women who speak up against power and the patriarchy," she told The New York Times.
For her, “females become not simply women but particular kinds of women” (Spelman 1988, 113): white working-class women, black middle-class women, poor Jewish women, wealthy aristocratic European women, and so on.
“Who won’t will be poor women, working women, will be women who can’t afford to take off three days from work, will be very young women, will be women who’ve been raped, will be women who’ve been molested by someone in their own family,” she said.
While there are intersecting factors which mean that certain women groups of women – women of colour, working class women, women with disabilities and so on will experience that inequality differently – are those who mistreat women unified by their need for power and control?
In one study, “Black Women: Ready to Lead,” from the Center for Talent Innovation, a think tank, Black women reported being far more likely than white women to aspire to a powerful position (22 percent of Black professional women versus 8 percent of white women) and more confident in their ability to succeed once they got there (43 percent versus 30 percent).
“Let’s remember the epidemic of violence against women in our society disproportionately affects low income women, particularly women of color, trans and queer women and indigenous women, who are silenced by their economic circumstances and profound mistrust of a justice system that acquits the guilty in the face of overwhelming evidence and continues to oppress people of color.”
According to a 2017 report by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, black women remain underrepresented in the political system, black women are more likely to work jobs that lack crucial benefits and protections, more black women live in poverty than any other group, black women experience higher rates of intimate partner violence, and the gender barriers in access to health care are higher for black women than white women.
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According to a 2017 report by the Institute for Womens Policy Research black women remain underrepresented in the political system black women are more likely to work jobs that lack crucial benefits and protections more black women live in poverty than any other group black women experience higher rates of intimate partner violence and the gender barriers in access to health care are higher for black women than white women