SOURCE: Time Magazine
The Violence Against Women Act Was Signed 25 Years Ago. Here's How the Law Changed American Culture.
Joe Biden’s “proudest” legislation during his time in the Senate left an imprint on modern women’s rights discussion.
by Ruth Rosen
It's twenty years since the US Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act which right-wing conservatives targeted as subversive, but which helped ignite a global movement against all kinds of violence against women and girls.
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