On "A Day Without A Woman," the BTR girls participated in the general strike. Here’s what happened.
International Women's Day is celebrated every year on March 8th to commemorate women's rights movements. This year, the non-profit organization for women's rights, Women's March, organized #ADayWithoutAWoman rallies to show what happens when a woman steps down to voice concerns of the female population.
Alison Désir discusses her 200+ mile run, the appeal of cross country fundraising campaigns, and what the future holds for Run4AllWomen and her activism.
Alison Désir joins the show to discuss the Run4AllWomen project, raising money for Planned Parenthood, and running from New York to Washington, D.C.
protest signs existed long before Trump became the 45th president of the United States
People had a lot of fun making clever signs, so BTR rounded up some favorites from NYC, DC and Cali!
Even without complete cohesion, the women's marches provided a glimmer of hope for the scattered American progressive movement.
For today’s podcast we’ll talk with James Burns, a journalist who voluntarily entered into solitary confinement in Arizona's La Paz County Jail, where he spent 30 days in isolation to help spread awareness about criminal justice system reform.
Frontline's Michael Kirk on Trump's Road To The White House, millions across the country turn out for the Women's March, and the Internet celebrates a Nazi getting punched.  Black Bloc Photo credit: John Knefel