new york magazine
"At 68, Ann Massaro is still angry. With several decades of activism behind her, you’d think she’d be feeling something else — like fatigue — or at least that she’d have hung up her hat to let younger generations handle the fight." - Dayna Evans
"Events are being held next week in 20 cities all over the US, from Los Angeles and New York to Boston and Santa Barbara. According to the Facebook group’s pages, close to 5,000 women said they will attend the strike in New York City alone." - Rachael Revesz
Time Out NY
"On Monday December 12, thousands of Americans will gather in over 20 cities to speak out against the new president-elect and his cabinet. And, as you'd expect, the biggest protest is set to go down in NYC." - David Goldberg
"They want to send a message to the Electoral College and the American people that women will not stand for misogyny and discrimination." - Caitlin Abber
"The group wants to ensure that every American has access to free and affordable birth control, that the wage gap is closed, and that each state receives funds to process backlogs of rape kits." Greg Seals
New York Magazine
"Now, women and 'allies' are organizing an even bigger protest: a strike and a boycott, to be held on December 12.The protest has gained momentum through Facebook, and explicitly invites women and allies to take the day off work." - Dayna Evans
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Washington Post - The CIA concluded that Russia worked to elect Trump. Republicans now face an impossible choice.
The Washington Post is now reporting that the CIA has concluded something widely suspected but never flatly stated by the intelligence community: that Russia moved deliberately to help elect Donald Trump as president of the United States — not just to undermine the U.S. political process more generally.