Women & the U.S. Military in East Asia

Women & the U.S. Military in East Asia

Key Points   Negative effects of U.S. militarism on women and children in East Asia include sexual exploitation, physical and sexual violence, and the dire situation of many Amerasian children. Instead of seeing U.S. troops sent home and military bases closed after...
Anti-War Stickers & Flyers

Anti-War Stickers & Flyers

Download anti-war stickers and flyers for distribution! The “War of Terror” Intensifies Violence Against Women of Color, Third World Women and Our Communities: Short Flyer, Long Flyer From Bushwick To Baghdad – Sista II Sista Palm Cards Genocide ≠...
Immigration Policing & Border Violence

Immigration Policing & Border Violence

On September 3, 1993, Juanita Gomez and her female cousin crossed the border between Nogales, Sonora, and Nogales, Arizona to meet two male friends to go shopping. Larry Selders, a Border Patrol Agent, stopped all four people, but only detained Gomez and her cousin....

Women of Color and Welfare

From: Working Hard, Staying Poor, published by the Women of Color Resource Center Welfare reform reduced welfare rolls by more than half, dropping the number of welfare recipients from 4.6 million to 2.4 million by 1999. However, while many have left the system, few...