On Chinese college campuses, International Women’s Day is preceded by “Girl’s Day,” a recent invention that often degrades the students it purports to honor. On March 7, male students hang banners around campus, many of which...
International Women’s Day
by Sophie Beach | Mar 8, 2017
International Women’s Day was first celebrated by the Socialist Party of America and later...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 7, 2016
Last year on the eve of International Women’s Day, March 8, five women’s rights...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 13, 2015
Chinese authorities have released the five women’s rights activists who had been in...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 9, 2015
At least ten women’s rights activists were detained on Friday and Saturday in Beijing,...
by Rhyen Coombs | Mar 5, 2008
Women in China may be celebrating early with pillow fights, songs and ceremonies, but human rights advocates hope the Mar. 8 event will draw more sober attention to three imprisoned women activists. According to the Feminist...
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