Today New York Attorney General Tish James issued a comprehensive report detailing Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual misconduct while in office. The report found that Gov. Cuomo “sexually harassed a number of current and former New York State employees by, among other things, engaging in unwelcome and nonconsensual touching, as well as making numerous offensive commentsContinue reading “Governor Cuomo Must Resign”
Celebrate the start of autumn at our “Sunday in the Park Fundraiser.” Walk the grounds, meet 2021 local women candidates, talk politics, and hang out with women who make difference every day in our communities. All money raised goes to DDWC.org to encourage, train, support, and grow the number of women Democrats running for allContinue reading “Events”
It’s taken 156 years to acknowledge but on June 17, 2021, Congress passed legislation, which President Biden, swiftly signed into law, making Juneteenth a national holiday.
What makes an influential woman? We share our thoughts here on power, leadership, trends, and the women who transform our towns, cities, county, state and country.
Back in February when it became apparent that Republican-led state legislatures particularly in southern and southwestern states that Biden won were determined to enact new voting laws to disenfranchise people of color and others who lean Democratic, Vice President Harris asked President Biden if she could take the lead in protecting voting rights for all.Continue reading “Kamala Harris Begins Shaping Her Legacy”