By FILIP BONDY January 22, 2017 MONTCLAIR, N.J. — The Starbucks coffee shop on South Park Street was populated in the first hours of daylight on Saturday, but almost exclusively by men. The owner of the JaiPure Yoga Studio on Bloomfield Avenue reported a drop-off in participation of about 25 percent. The Montclair State… Continue reading
An assault on Richard B. Spencer, a well-known far-right activist, in Washington after the inauguration prompted outrage — and mockery — online.
An estimated half-million women protested in the nation’s capital one day after the inauguration of President Trump.
Three generations of the Coleman family join the Women’s March on Washington.
A cake featured at the Salute to Our Armed Services inaugural ball was a replica of one made for Barack Obama’s inauguration four years ago.
The singer and songwriter released albums from the 1970s into the 2000s, but she was best known for her melodic work with siblings Terre and Suzzy.
In concert with other Women’s March protests around the country, thousands of New Yorkers rallied for women’s rights, and against the Trump administration.
Women in Niles, Mich., 600 miles from Washington, disagreed on the need for the march and on the issues it focused on.
The march kicked off what may be a sustained campaign of protest in a polarized America, riven by an election that raised unsettling questions about barriers to women’s ambitions.
Hundreds of thousands of women came out to march in Washington, D.C. There were also hundreds of solidarity marches held around the nation and the world.