Women for Genuine Security 

– United States Country Report

 

Introduction

 

The United States is in a period of great political tension and uncertainty.  Its role on the international stage is rapidly changing while domestic divisions and inequities continue to build. The election of Donald Trump, with the slim electoral college defeat of the nation’s first major-party female candidate, by many accounts, highlighted the country’s persistent gender and racial inequities. The president has challenged the stability of our government institutions, and assumed a strong and unrelenting stance in support of increased military power, a militarized police force and border wall, along with a dismantling social services and environmental protections.

 

In the face of these significant challenges, social movements in the U.S. continue to build alliances at the intersections of race, class, and gender. Marginalized and oppressed groups have mobilized in social movements such as #BlackLivesMatter and #NoDAPL. A series of marches, including the Women’s March, March for Science, and Climate March, have shown a strong resistance to the new administration’s policies, and brought new, mainstream participants into dialogue, finding ways to support existing struggles for peace and social justice.

 

Women around the world have spoken out against our most recent presidential election. More women are showing interest in seeking U.S. political office. We have seen an outpouring of support to protect access to women’s health services. In these dark times, women’s voices are more vital than ever in building a strong resistance and more just and peaceful future.

 

Our country report discusses recent developments in military spending, the wide-ranging environmental impacts of the military, the Indigenous struggles against the Dakota Access Pipeline and gendered violence associated with oil extraction. We also share information about the Movement for Black Lives, troubling changes in urban policing strategies, and militarized anti-immigration policies and enforcement tactics.



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