One year after the Women’s March in Washington D.C. that protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, groups in cities around the world are hosting marches and rallies to mark the anniversary throughout the weekend.
Quakers believe that all people have attributes of God within themselves with which they can connect, if they become attentive enough.
A group of San Antonio women spoke at the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women conference in New York City last week.
I was one of 1,500 people who marched in protested of Donald Trump’s inauguration in San Antonio – It felt great, but I also I wanted to cry.
The chants of “Si se puede!”
Trinity University will host its first-ever Women’s Leadership Summit to empower talented young women in the greater San Antonio community, and connect them with local business and civic leaders through a day of learning, inspiration and networking opportunities.
With the presidential race well underway and a U.S. Supreme Court short one judge, women’s reproductive rights are at the forefront of discussions across the country.
Those two little words can be incredibly comforting.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright received several rounds of applause on Thursday night in San Antonio, but none as deafening as the one she received when commenting on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s promise to, if elected, build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Gloria Steinem talked about using her torch to inspire others, Jill Biden called on communities to show random acts of kindness, Dolores Huerta told women they could do it, Rosie Castro spoke about the hardworking Latino community and Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe preached love and compassion.