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In early September, feminists in Mexico stormed a federal building to demand governmental action on femicide, according to the Los Angeles Times. They've occupied the Mexico City building since, and turned it into a shelter for victims of violence.
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On Nov. 25, Meghan penned an op-ed for The New York Times, in which she discussed losing a pregnancy and urged people to talk more openly about the taboo issue, since 10% to 20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage.
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Up and down the ballot, Americans chose more representative governments. In New Mexico, voters elected an all women of color House delegation, and in Delaware, Sarah McBride became the first transgender person to win a state senate seat, for which she'll be the country's highest-ranking trans legislator.
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The President-elect selected an all-women communications team, and an economics team staffed primarily by women, with additional appointments expected in the coming weeks.