Recent Examples of women's rights from the Web
The campaign's strategy in expanding its reach to more industries is to identify and ally with activists already working for women's rights in those fields, said Ava DuVernay.
In recent years — and especially after the election of Donald Trump — many brands have used the runway to make statements about women's rights, civil rights, sustainability, and more.
While the Duchess didn't wear black to the BAFTAs in support of the #TimesUp movement, her green gown and emerald jewelry were seen by many as a subtle nod to her support of women's rights.
Perfect harmonies with a simple acoustic guitar coupled with original songs about women's rights and social justice -- usually with a smirk.
Garcia has established herself as a champion of women's rights and an advocate for victims since she was elected to the legislature in 2012.
And her look was all-white, a possible nod to the female Democrats who chose to wear white to the President's joint session last year to reference the suffragette movement in support of women's rights.
The 2017 all-white dress code was adopted by a small faction of Democratic women as a silent protest against President Trump's stance on women's rights issues.
Sojourner Truth was Akron's leading civil and women's rights activists.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of women's rights for English Language Learners
: legal, political, and social rights for women that are equal to those of men
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