Tunisian officials say the government has lifted a ban on Muslim women marrying non-Muslims on the recommendation of the president, who says Tunisia needs to modernize.
Viewing it only as a political cause that benefits women ignores its full potential. By Gary Gutting, September 18th 2017, the New York TImes
Kamala Lopez’s fact-packed documentary features legal experts, ordinary women and feminists like Eleanor Smeal and Gloria Steinem. In the article, "Equal means Equal" Helen Verongos examines what it means to really be equal in a sense of pay. Not all women are treated equally when it comes to income. So it comes down the core when it involves solving some of the more complex issues. The issue of in equal pay is ongoing and persists as of now. There have been attempts to slowly suppress the issue through the Obama administration. By Helen T. Verongos, September 1st, 2017, New York Times
The commission is reviewing a halted rule to require companies to provide the government with information on their employees’ pay. In the article, "Pay Transparency", the editorial board of the Washington post examines new requests from Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions of submitting new income statistics. Women are payed a fifth less than men and it suggests that women of color and minority groups, suffer even more. The issue is still ongoing and it may last for some time. What's worse is that the Trump Administration has stated no rule will be added to help end the ongoing issue. By the Editorial Board, September 9th, 2017, The Washington Post