Venezuelas migrants Reina, Sofía y Karol are hoping to acquire legal status in Ecuador where prostitution is illegal. These are their stories.
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Meet Margaret Crane: The “silent” revolutionary. She invented the first home pregnancy kit that allows women to quickly know whether they are pregnant or not and seek medical care or an abortion, sold the rights for $1 dollar and continued to work as a publicist.
In Malawi, a sanitary pad can determine if a girl stays in school, if a woman keeps her job or if she manages to grow enough food to feed herself and her family.
Beth Shott is an investigator with the National Park Service Investigative Services Branch (ISB), a small contingent of agents responsible for protecting, investigating and prosecuting crimes that occur on national park land. They work all year around the clock, unless something unexpected happens, such as a government shutdown.
“There is a lot to be said about the International Women’s Rights Day incidents…They show how quickly things can go from support to aggression,” says Sudanese activist and Fulbright scholar Wala Ali Abdelbassit Zaid.